The Senegalese government, represented by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Equipment (MAER), has been actively engaged in the PARM process since April 2015. Through the process, PARM in partnership with NEPAD and other development actors assisted the Government o efforts to mainstream ARM into policies. The results of this partnership led to the creation of awareness and building capacities on ARM. It also resulted in the development of ARM proposals for investment.
This report brings together the main results of the joint process in Senegal. It is structured in four sections: (i) an introductory section that summarizes the main achievements, process timeline, and the next steps; (ii) a section focusing on the risk assessment phase and risk prioritization in Senegal; (iii) outcomes from the feasibility studies on ARM tools for investment; and (iv) capacity development and knowledge-sharing on ARM in Senegal.
PARM (2019) “Senegal – Final Report“. Rome: PARM/IFAD. Available at: