Here is the video to help you navigate through the ReSAKSS website
The ReSAKSS website tracks CAADP indicators outlined in the CAADP Results Framework (2015–2025), including the 2014 Malabo Declaration targets.
The website provides easy access to data, trends, analytical tools, and analysis on country, regional, and continental performance, publications, and resources on CAADP implementation. It tracks over 30 agricultural indicators outlined in the CAADP Results Framework.
Key Website Features
The ReSAKSS web-based data and knowledge management platforms allow for the direct access, browsing, basic manipulation, and download of these data records with minimum computing and expertise needs. In doing so, these platforms reduce the workload of data users and address the limited network bandwidth and latency characteristics of Africa.
The ReSAKSS platforms have potential to serve all state and non-state actors involved in policy planning, implementation, and monitoring; policy analysis, review and dialogue; and design and targeting of agricultural and other investments. These online platforms are geared towards countries in Africa, where network issues and technology resources can be a challenge users with limited resources and or time or whose investigators may not wish to invest in resources for data preparation and preprocessing.
Here is the video to help you navigate through the eAtlas website
The ReSAKSS Country eAtlases (RCeA) are an interactive Web-based Geographic Information System for policymakers, analysts, and other stakeholders. The RCeA aim is to support evidence-based policy planning and implementation and inclusive policy review and learning processes in Africa by providing an online, highly interactive and dynamic data environment rich with standard pre-processing and essential data analysis tools, assembling in one resource data from a variety of domains necessary for effective policy design and targeting, and ensuring broad access to high quality and disaggregated data across sectors, administrative regions, social strata, and agroecologies to facilitate inclusive review and dialogue processes.