The purpose of the economic briefs is as follows:

  • Raise awareness of the SPC’s economics work internally to make SPC technical staff more aware of how SPC’s economists can assist in designing, implementing, and evaluating projects.
  • Communicate the findings of SPC’s economics work to a non-economist audience, including SPC staff, government officials in SPC member countries, representatives of donor countries, and the general public
  • Improve the understanding of the role of economics in improving project design and delivery, and decision making
  • Improve cohesion, communications, and cooperation amongst SPC’s economists.

Understanding the agricultural and forestry national policy landscape is a key first step for any national and regional policy intervention. The baseline at the commencement of the project was that it was not easily determinable as to which countries had national level agricultural policies, its status and what the priorities were for the sector.

  • Pacific Agriculture Policy Inventory & Baseline Analysis

    What do they Say and Where to Next?

  • Inventory of key national policies presentation

The Pacific Agriculture Policy Digest is a quarterly publication, reporting activities relating to the Intra-ACP Agriculture Policy Programme (APP) – PAPP (the Pacific component) being implemented by SPC. The Digest covers initiatives including agricultural policy, climate smart agriculture, market information systems and farmers’ networks, in an attempt to ensure that Pacific ACP countries, donors and development partners remain informed of the scope of work under PAPP. The APP is supported by the European Union and delivers outcomes across the Caribbean states, and 15 countries in the Pacific including Timor-Leste. We welcome feedback on the content of our newsletters.

Welcome to this monthly updates of PAPP Activities - prepared by the European Union supported intra-ACP Agricultural Policy Project (PAPP). These updates will serve the key purpose of keeping associated community stakeholders, donors and partners updated and informed with ongoing PAPP initiatives and exciting developments.

Understanding the agricultural and forestry national policy landscape is a key first step for any national and regional policy intervention. The baseline at the commencement of the project was that it was not easily determinable as to which countries had national level agricultural policies, its status and what the priorities were for the sector.

  • Pacific Agriculture Policy Inventory & Baseline Analysis

    What do they Say and Where to Next?

  • Inventory of key national policies presentation

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