ReNAPRI’s approach to policy research is multifaceted and includes farm-level, sector-level and value-chain analysis within a Strategic Foresighting framework. As such, the Outlook provides a baseline scenario and future projections of maize, wheat, rice and/or sugar markets within the context of rapidly changing agricultural systems in Africa. The analysis includes horizon scanning, which identifies the emerging ‘megatrends’ currently shaping Africa’s agri-food systems, and impact assessments of domestic policy on regional trade flow patterns.
African Agriculture is on the move! Over the past two decades agri-food systems on the continent have transformed; reflecting the structural change at the farm level all the way through to the dietary transition into higher-value, protein-rich food demand at the retail level (Jayne et. al., 2018). The combined effect of these changes is anRead More
November 30 – 1 December 2017, Cape Town, South Africa. ReNAPRI’s focus in their 4th Annual Stakeholder Conference is on policy strategies, which can generate the incentives for system-wide private investment in food systems that contribute to broad-based growth.Read More
Anticipating agricultural transformation in Africa: sustainable strategies for addressing climate variability, rising mechanization, grain market evolution & more.Read More
Megatrends shaping the future of Africa’s food system, trends in the maize & wheat sectors, key macro economic drivers & more.Read More
The 1st Annual ReNAPRI Agricultural Stakeholder Conference. The event seeks to provide relevant and timely national and regional policy support to national governments, and Regional Economic Communities (RECs), as well as public an private sector roleplayers in the agricultural industry.Read More