Nigeria CAADP Biennial Review Brief
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development with technical support from the Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System for West Africa (ReSAKSS-WA)
In January 2018, 47 AU member countries, including Nigeria, presented the inaugural biennial review at the AU Summit. The 47 countries reported on 40 indicators covering the period 2015–2016. The report indicated that of the 47 countries reporting countries, 20 were on track overall to achieve the Malabo commitments by 2025. Only 5 countries in West Africa were on track. Nigeria was among the countries not on track, although it was on track to meet two commitments (recommitting to CAADP process and boosting intra-Africa Trade in agricultural commodities).
The objective of this brief is to analyze Nigeria’s performance and discuss lessons from the implementation of the inaugural CAADP BR mechanism.