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Au Burkina les partenaires au developpement financent la grande majorite des investissements dans le secteur agricole. Au moment de l’elaboration de la deuxieme phase du PNSR, les enjeux lies A  la coordination et A  l’alignement prennent une importance particuliere afin d’eviter les duplications et les incoherences, et garantir l’atteinte des resultats du plan global de developpement du secteur agricole. L’engagement pris A  Malabo en 2014 devant l’Union Africaine de  promouvoir  « la croissance et la transformation accelerees de l’agriculture en Afrique pour une prosperite partagee et de meilleures conditions de vie », ne sera pas possibles sans cet alignement.

Aid effectiveness and coordination in Burkina Faso: The agricultural sector and food security

In Burkina Faso, development partners finance a great majority of investment within the agricultural sector. With the formulation of the country’s second National Programme for the Rural Sector (NPRS) currently under way, issues linked to coordination and alignment are of particular importance, in order to avoid duplications and inconsistencies and ensure the goals of the new NPRS are eventually met. The commitment made in Malabo in 2014, before the African Union, to promote ‘accelerated agricultural growth and transformation for shared prosperity and improved livelihoods’ will not be possible without this alignment.

This report recommends that the Government of Burkina Faso strengthen its institutions and its national procedures to ensure the implementation of the new NPRS. Also, development partners should increase the effectiveness, alignment and coordination of their activities during the development of the new NPRS.

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