FANRPAN Review 2010-2015 report

Since its inception, FANRPAN has operated mainly in the Eastern and Southern regions of the continent. In 2010, the FANRPAN Annual General Meeting passed a resolution to amend the constitution so that the organisation could extend its mandate to include


Publication Intro

FANRPAN, as one of the foremost think tanks on agricultural and food security policy in Africa, pursues leading edge thinking and approaches to food and nutrition security communication and engagement with partners, intermediary institutions and agencies, and smallholder farme

Food Price Monitor


FANRPAN in partnership with ODI publishes Working Papers on “Pathways for irrigation development: policies and irrigation performance in Tanzania and Zimbabwe”

Amid global concerns over rising food and fuel prices, changing diets and climate change, irrigated agriculture plays an important role in increasing food production in an uncertain and resource-constrained world.

Trade probe

This issue of Trade Probe covers the following topics:

The Trumpet Issue1

South Africa should do more to boost its local poultry production capacity

Macroeconomic digest

From an increase of 38.7% in the second quarter, the Agricultural Industry continued to power ahead, expanding by 44.2% during the third quarter. This is the largest quarterly jump in agriculture production since the second quarter of 1996.

Supply and Demand estimates report

WHITE MAIZE (2017/18 Season) Supply:

FANRPAN at the 4th Global Science conference on climate smart agriculture

The Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN) with support from the MasterCard Foundation convened a policy training session on the 27th of November 2017 for youth working in Climate Smart Agriculture on the sidelines of the 4th Global Science C

Farm to retail price spreads




Climate-smart agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa: A comparative assessment of challenges and opportunities in 15 countries

Climate change is already a reality. The latest assessment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) shows that global climate change is already damaging crops and undermining food production capacity in much of the world, particularly in poor countries.

Households in Limpopo and Eastern Cape are Vulnerable to Climate Change Disasters

On 3 February 2015, the Financial and Fiscal Commission (the Commission) tabled at Parliament a report on Climate Change, Household Vulnerability and Climate Smart Agriculture: The Case of Two South African Provinces.

Mozambique PHM Policy Brief: Towards a specific post-harvest loss management policy and strategy for Mozambique

The Agriculture Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is characterized by poor post-harvest practices. Post-harvest losses (PHL) in SSA are the highest in the world (PHL) amounting to between 26% and 36%.

AgriDeal Vol 3 - NOVEMBER 2015

The "no agriculture, no deal" campaign’s first steps can be traced to United Nations Framework Convention on Climate

Technical Discussion Workshop and National Dialogue on Food Standards/Norms Related to Post-harvest Management: Worshop report

Following the activities of the Global Program for Food Security (GPFS), the technical discussion workshop and the national dialogue on food standards/norms related to post-harvest management took place on 29-30 April 2015, at Kaya Kwanga Residential Hotel in Maputo.

Planning Meeting for the Competitive Research Fund Projects: Meeting report

Under the Competitive Research Fund (CRF) and Incentive Fund (IF) PAEPARD is supporting 4 research projects:

Benin PHM Policy Brief: Scaling-up promising post-harvest technology by implementing cost-effective policy actions in the National Agricultural Policy Framework (PSRSA) in Benin

Research at the global level has shown that halving losses and waste along the food value-chain would save food resources equivalent to 25% of current agricultural production.

PAEPARD project brochure

Groundnuts form the basis for food and nutrition security for the majority of the smallholder farmers and are a vital component in the livelihoods of rural families. The challenge is that the groundnuts of these smallholder farmers are prone to Aflatoxin contamination.




AgriDeal Vol 1 - SEPTEMBER 2012

FANRPAN, true to its mission, as an advocacy network has taken the first