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Final evaluation of the project “Partnership for sustainable rice systems development in sub-Saharan Africa”

Project code: GCP/RAF/489/VEN












Annex 1. Evaluation matrix

Annex 2. Production trends and self-sufficiency

Annex 3. Additional information on project alignment with countries needs and priorities of rice development for food security and income generation

Annex 4. Outputs chosen by each country and actions planned

Annex 5. List of countries involved in the implementation of various activities proposed for each output of the project

Annex 6. Details on the activities selected by countries

Annex 7. Ratings criteria

Annex 8. Capacities building workshops organized under the project

Annex 9. Success stories

Management response


FAO. 2020. Final evaluation of the project “Partnership for sustainable rice systems development in sub-Saharan Africa”. Project Evaluation Series, 09/2020. Rome.




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    Creating Partnerships for Sustainable Rice Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa through South-South Cooperation - GCP/RAF/489/VEN 2021
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