WHY NATIONAL ACTION PLANS?
The participatory creation of the National Action Plans aims provide tailor-made approaches in order to tackle specific in-country challenges and make use of opportunities at national level for agribusiness and value chain development.
Seven National Action Plans have been created for:
Each National Action Plan addresses the four priority areas:
- Nutrition: Reduction in NCDs and increased income from investments in local food crops and fisheries value chains development
- Finance: Making farmers bank ready and banks farmer ready
- ICTs – Robust Communication System for Growers
- Insurance – Robust Insurance Package for Farmers
The Pacific Islands National Action Plans foster country specific:
- Shared understanding of the constraints and opportunities for up-scaling local food crops and fisheries value chains
- Endorsement of good practices, innovations and critical success factors with high learning potential and relevance
- Reaching of agreements on key actions and strategies in the four priority areas for upgrading priority local value chains