Capacity development programme to enhance the use of poverty analysis in policymaking
This main goal of this project was to enhance the use of poverty analysis by FAO’s regional and country offices and their partners, to contribute towards the achievement of SDGs 1 “End poverty in all its forms everywhere” and 2 “End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture”.
Latin America and the CaribbeanPanama , Morocco
Capacity-Strengthening and Advisory Services
Poverty Reduction Policies
Other Thematic Areas
Sustainable Development Goals
1. Delivery of a detailed proposal for the capacity development programme (CDP), which will include a content overview based on: (i) FAO’s theory of change for rural poverty reduction; (ii) documented global best practices in the areas of poverty reduction, food and nutrition security, and social protection; (iii) available sectoral training and teaching materials, including statistics for poverty and food security measurement; and (iv) the IPC-IG’s expertise on rural poverty, institutional demand, food and nutrition security, social protection, and M&E of social programmes. In addition, the proposal will detail the intended approach to implement the CDP in Morocco and Panama, based on a combination of e-learning initiatives using the Virtual Campus of the socialprotection.org platform and face-to-face courses.
2. Development of capacity development materials, including training modules/sessions, group and individual exercises, planning sheets, and description and implementation guidelines for different activities using country-level experience and priorities to define the content (in partnership with local institutions or consultants from Panama and Morocco)
3. Implementation of the CDP in Morocco and Panama, for 20-25 participants
4. Delivery of an assessment report describing the main lessons of CDP-related experiences in the two countries and suggestions for future implementation