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  • Mozambique

    TANZANIA

    MALAWI

    ZAMBIA

    SWAZILAND

    ZIMBABWE

    SOUTH

    AFRICA

    Tete

    Niassa

    Gaza

    Sofala

    Zambezia

    Nampula

    Cabo

    Delgado

    Maputo

    ProSavana: Approach and pespectives

    TICAD V

    YOKOHAMA, JUNE 2, 2013

  • 2

    I. Vision, Objectives and Pillars of PEDSA/PNISA

    Souce: Ministry of Agriculture

    Vision: An integrated, prosperous, competitive

    and sustainable agriculture sector

    Objectives: i) Accelerate the production of staple foods, ii)Increase income, iii) Ensure access and secure

    land tenure and natural resources iv) Provision of services considering the value chain

    v) Promote development of zones high agriculture potential, and

    vi) Contribute to the balance of payments.

    Agricultural

    production and

    productivity to

    increase ability

    to compete

    1

    Infrastructure

    and services for

    markets and

    improved

    marketing

    2

    Food Security

    and

    Nutrition

    3

    Land, water,

    Forest, and

    wildlife

    resources used

    sustainably

    4

    Goals : i) Minimum annual growth rate of 7% , ii) Reduction of stunting rate from

    44% to 30% in 2015 and 20% in 2020 e iii) Reduction by half of people suffering from

    hunger.

    Agricultural

    institutions

    strengthened

    5

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    PRODUCTION AND

    PRODUCTIVITY

    ACESS TO

    MARKETS

    FOOD

    SECURITY AND RAN

    NUTRITION

    1. Food crops

    2. Cash crops

    3. Fisheries

    4. Livestock

    5. Agricultural

    Research

    6. Agricultural

    Extension

    7. Irrigation

    8. Agriculture

    Mechanization

    1. Ps-Harvest

    management and

    marketing

    2. Financial Services

    3. Agribusiness

    development

    (Including Industrial

    processing)

    4. Rural roads

    5. Market information

    systems and

    agricultural

    statistics

    1. Improved use of

    food with high

    nutritious value

    2. Multisectoral

    Monitoring and

    coordination

    II. Components and Programs of PEDSA/PNISA (1/2)

  • 4

    NATURAL RESOURCES INTITUTIONAL REFORM AND

    STRENGTHENING

    1. Land for agricultural

    use

    2. Forestry and Fauna

    3. Institutional

    development

    4. Cartography and

    Teledetention

    5. Land single Registry

    1. Institutional reform

    2. Institutional

    Strengthening

    II. Components and Programs of PEDSA/PNISA (2/2)

  • 5

    Nacala

    Beira

    Vale do Zambeze

    Pemba Lichinga

    Maputo

    Limpopo

    Six corridors

    identified under

    PEDSA Niassa

    Gaza

    Sofala

    Zambezia

    Manica

    Nampula

    Inhambane

    Cabo

    Delgado

    Maputo

    Tete

    Criterion for definition

    of corridors

    Agro ecological

    conditions and

    water reserves

    Existing and

    planned

    Infrastructures,

    including ports, rail

    ways and energies;

    Comparative

    advantages in the

    legal and

    institutional

    framework to

    attract and manage

    investments

    Special Economic

    Zones

    III. Implementation Mechanisms (1/2)

    1. Agriculture Development

    Corridors

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    Patient capital

    Skills and Training

    Community support and involvement

    Human capital and skills

    Technology

    Markets

    Financing

    Extension

    Conducive business environment

    Infrastructures

    Research

    Extension

    Public

    sector

    s

    Private Sector

    Development partners

    People

    Mozambicans

    III. Implementation Mechanism (2/2)

    2. Public-Private-People Parneships (PPPP)

  • 7

    O Framework Estratgico Agrcola

    do Governo de Moambique

    O Framework Estratgico Agrcola

    do Governo de Moambique

    Utilizado para Desenvolver um

    Plano Detalhado

    PNISA

    5 year paln for investiment in

    agriculture and Food Security

    ana Nutrition

    Launched on April 12, 2013

    (National Investment Plan for Agriculture Sector)

    Framework Orientador

    Comum para frica

    Conects private sector

    and governos, with

    focus on accelerating

    private investments

    Goverments, G8

    Development Partners

    and G-8 private sector

    patnering for agriculture

    development

    Nova Aliana

    P E D S A

    Covers the Period of 2011-2020

    Focus on value chains in 6 corridors

    (Stratgic Plan for Agriculture Sector Development )

    IV. ProSAVANA: General context

    ProSAVANA:

    Support to smallholder farmers

    Mobilization of private investment

    Capitalizes the potential of the Region

    Sharing of responsibilities and risks

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    v. ProSAVAVA: A trilateral Initiative of the Governments

    Uma Iniciativa trilateral dos Governos

    (I) CONSERVATION OF THE INVIRONMENT ; (II) SUPPORT TO SMALLHOLDER FARMERS; (III) MOBILIZATION OF

    PRIVATE INVESTMENT; (IV) SHARING OF RESPONSIBILITIES, RISKS AND BENEFITS.

    Transforming subsistence producers into producers for

    the market

    A trilateral Initiative of the

    Governments

  • 9

    IV. ProSAVANA: A trilateral Initiative of the Governments

    GOAL

    Contribute to the transformation of

    familiar subsistence farming into commercial

    Capitalize the Nacala Corridor potential through technology and

    institutional innovation

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    IV. ProSAVANA:uma iniciaitiva trilateral dos Governos

    Areas of Focus and principles:

    Direct domestic and foreign investment in the Nacala

    Corridor

    Co-operative and corporativre development centered on human

    capital;

    Agrobusiness and agro-industries with priority on food value chains;

    Social Equity and Gender equality

    Sustentainable use of natural resources (Land and water)

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    IV. ProSAVANA: A trilateral Initiative of the Governments

    Strengthening agricultural research

    Study for the formulation of Master Plan for the agriculture develoment of the Region;

    Strenthening of agricultural extension; and

    Development of agricultural projects financing solutions.

    MAIN ACTIVITIES

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    V. ProSAVANA: Legislation and partnerships models

    All private and public investments

    under the ProSAVANA

    Program shall respect the existing

    laws and will privileged the established partnerships

    models:

    land concessions for food crops production, 40% of the land shall be allocated to local

    communities for production of food crops in contract

    basis.

    land concessions for production of non food crops, at least 10% of

    the land shall be reserved for food

    crops production and 30% of the land shall

    be for direct participation of local

    communities, in contract of production

    basis..

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    Our Challenge is to contribute to fight against poverty!

    Our pride is to produce more food and generate more wealth!

    Our destiny is to achieve a global food and nutrition security.

    THANK YOU

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