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  1. Agriculture Sector Strategic Development Plan ASIA and Pacific Workshop on MfDR and Sector Planning 30 November – 2 December 2010 Siem Reap, Kingdom of Cambodia Presented by: Sen Sovann Deputy Secretary General, MAFF

  2. ASDP overview Results framework of ASDP 2006-2010 Resources and results of NSDP 2006-2010 Performance orientation of ASDP 2006-2010 Cascading and linkages Monitoring and evaluation Consultation and dissemination Challenges and issues Agriculture Sector Strategic Development Plan (ASDP) 2

  3. National Strategic Development Plan (NSDP) 3

  4. 1. ASDP overview National Strategic Development Plan (NSDP) Policy and enabling environment – since 2004 4

  5. 1. ASDP overview (con’t.) National Strategic Development Plan (NSDP) • ASDP 2006 – 2010: Formulated and linked to National plans - NSDP, NPRS and Government Rectangular Strategy: MAFF has developed ASDP to support those national strategies and RGC’s policies. • ASDP 2006 – 2010 is being revised to ASDP 2009 – 2013 by adding new RGC Policy and sector strategy priorities of Rice-exportation, agri-water strategy, and agriculture research. 5

  6. 1. ASDP overview (con’t.) National Strategic Development Plan (NSDP) • ASDP 2006 – 2010: 9 themes & priorities: • Food security, productivity and diversification; • Market access for agriculture products; • Institutional and legislation framework; • Land reform (for land tenure, and land market development); • Pro-poor land access; 6

  7. 1. ASDP overview (con’t.) National Strategic Development Plan (NSDP) •  ASDP 2006 – 2010: 9 themes & priorities: • Demining, UXO and victim assistance; • Fisheries reform – sustainable access; • Promote conservation and management of sustainable forests; • Ensure better management of natural protect areas. • …and of course now added Rice-exportation, agri-water strategy, and agriculture research 7

  8. 1. ASDP overview (con’t) National Strategic Development Plan (NSDP) • Policy and enabling environment • The institutional setting of ASDP is complex. • The lead RGC agencies are: • Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries (MAFF) and • Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology (MOWRAM) • But there are other ministries involved… 8

  9. 1. ASDP overview (con’t.) Agriculture Sector Strategic Development Plan (ASDP) AGRICULTURE SECTOR 9

  10. 1. ASDP overview (con’t.) Agriculture Sector Strategic Development Plan (ASDP) • Policy and enabling environment • ASDP links to “grassroots” – involving major stakeholders : • sub-national administrations, • community-based organizations, • farmer organizations and NGOs. 10

  11. Set Priorities/ASDP Develop Results Framework / M&E Forms P1 to P4 Develop M&E Plan and Indicators Collect Data / Forms M1 to M3 Analyze Data / Forms E1 & E2 Set Indicator Targets Implement Develop Work plans The M&E Cycle in MAFF 11

  12. The M&E Cycle in MAFF Programme Structure 12

  13. The M&E Cycle in MAFF Programme Structure 13

  14. The M&E Cycle in MAFF 14

  15. 2. Results Framework of NSDP 2006 - 2010 15

  16. 2. Results Framework of NSDP 2006 - 2010 M&E Reporting 16

  17. 2. Results Framework of NSDP 2006 - 2010 M&E Reporting 17

  18. 3. Resource Linkages ASDP 2006 – 2010 • Resource Linkages: • In MAFF significant institutional changes have taken place since 2006 to accommodate the linkage between planned activities in Projects and Programs and allocated resources: 18

  19. 3. Resource Linkages ASDP 2006 – 2010 19

  20. 3. Resource Linkages ASDP 2006 – 2010 20

  21. 4. Performance Orientation through ASDP 2009-2010 • Over the last 4 years we have experienced significant key results in: • Increasing of agriculture productivity • Diversification into multiple crops production • More efficient Water Resource management and usage, irrigation, soil fertilization and agricultural practices • Increasing animal production • Rice production 21

  22. 5. Cascading and Linkages ASDP Framework Programs Projects Activities 22

  23. 6. Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) • MAFF has a reporting system: • Provides agricultural statistics (quarterly and annually) • Covers performance indicators for program/sub-program of the ASDP • Covers each program and sub-program has its inputs, outputs and outcomes and report back to M&E section using Forms M1 and M2 (M3 is a site visit report) • The whole reporting system is integrated , analysed and interpreted by the Department of Planning and Statistics of the Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries 23

  24. 7. Consultation and Dissemination • MAFF/DPS compiles all the results and reports and provides management with the information, annually • Management then evaluates the information and it is fed into policy formulation, every 5 years • MAFF plays a unique role in the Agriculture sector by coordinating and facilitating development interventions. 24

  25. 8. Challenges and Issues • Limitation and access of national/sector budgets – resources are scarce for monitoring & evaluation which is not seen as a core expenditure item • External budgets are left out of the national budget context – however “Public Financial Management Reform Program” is addressing this issue; MAFF is one of pilot institutions for reform • Unforeseen events and subsequent indicators are difficult to develop; i.e. insect, drought, flood, animal disease…………. 25

  26. Thank you for your attention Welcome to Cambodia Kingdom of Wonder