Promoting Participatory and Evidence-Based Agricultural Policy Processes in Africa A research project in support of the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme
PEBAP

Key Facts


IARC Applicant: The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
Project Coordinator: Michael Johnson, IFPRI, United States
Project Partner: Ousmane Badiane, IFPRI, Senegal

Sam Benin, IFPRI, United States

Sunday Odjo, IFPRI, Senegal

Christian Henning, University of Kiel, Germany

Eva Krampe, University of Kiel, Germany

Regina Birner, University of Hohenheim, Germany

Felix Asante, Institute of Statistical Social and Economic Research, Ghana

Cheikh Sadibou, Institut Sénégalais de Recherches Agricoles, Senegal

Patience Rwamigisa, African Institute for Strategic Resource Services and Development, Uganda
Project Title: Promoting Participatory and Evidence-Based Agricultural Policy Processes in Africa
Project Budget: 1,200,000 Euro
Project Duration: 3 years
Key Words: Policy process, political economy, participatory tools, and policy impact