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Briefing de Bruxelles 47 sur le Commerce régional en Afrique : moteurs de développement, tendances et opportunités

Briefing de Bruxelles 47 sur le Commerce régional en Afrique : moteurs de développement, tendances et opportunités

Aperçu de l'événement

Le prochain Briefing de Bruxelles sur le Développement sur le thème « Commerce régional en Afrique : moteurs de développement, tendances et opportunités » se tiendra le vendredi 3 février 2017 (9h00-13h00) au sein du Secretariat ACP (451 Avenue Georges Henri, 1200 Bruxelles, salle C). Ce Briefing de Bruxelles est organisé par le CTA en collaboration avec la DG Développement et Coopération de la Commission européenne (CE/DG  DEVCO), le secrétariat ACP, la Confédération européenne des ONG d’urgence et de développement (CONCORD), l’Institut international de recherche sur les politiques alimentaires (FPRI) et l'Organisation panafricaine des agriculteurs (PAFO).

Afin de maximiser les avantages de l’intégration régionale, les décideurs, le secteur privé et les partenaires au développement doivent avoir accès à des données précises et complètes sur le commerce intra et interrégional en Afrique pour les produits agricoles. C’est dans ce contexte que le CTA et l'IFPRI lancent le « Rapport sur le statut du commerce agricole en Afrique », qui apporte une contribution importante en matière de données et analyse de l’état actuel, des tendances et des perspectives du commerce tant au niveau régional qu’au niveau continental. Le rapport, qui sera lancé dans le contexte du Briefing, s’appuie sur les travaux du Système régional d’analyse stratégique et de soutien des connaissances (ReSAKSS) du PDDAA et du Consortium africain de modélisation de la politique de croissance et de développement (AGRODEP) et reflète également l’engagement du CTA à faire progresser les connaissances et à partager les meilleures pratiques en matière de commerce agricole.

Chairs

H.E. Mr Tadeous Tafirenyika Chifamba

Ambassador of Zimbabwe to the EU

Dr Ousmane Sylla

Ambassador of the Republic of Guinea to the Kingdom of Belgium, the European Union and the ACP

Keynote speakers

H.E. Dr Mukhisa Kituyi

Secretary-General of UNCTAD

Intervenant(e)

Michael Hailu

Director of CTA

Viwanou Gnassounou

Assistant Secretary General, ACP Secretariat

Axel Pougin de La Maisonneuve

Trade Affairs Manager at European Commission

Ousmane Badiane

Director for Africa, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Roberto Ridolfi

Director for Planet and Prosperity at DG Development and Cooperation of the European Commission

Panéliste

Annette Mutaawe Ssemuwemba

Deputy Chief Executive Officer, TradeMark East Africa

Nana Osei-Bonsu

CEO, the Private Enterprise Federation (PEF), Ghana

Ousmane Badiane

Director for Africa, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Ishmael D Sunga

PDG de la Southern African Confederation of Agricultural Unions (SACAU)

Argent Chuula

CEO, Alliance for Commodity Trade in Eastern and Southern Africa (ACTESA)

Dominique Njinkeu

Executive Director, African Trade and Sustainable Development (AFTSD)

Sandra Gallina

Director for Sustainable Development; Economic Partnership Agreements – Africa, Caribbean and Pacific; Agri–food, DG TRADE, European Commission

Josephine Mwangi

Manager, Agriculture & Agro-Industry Dept, African Development Bank

Speakers

Chairs

H.E. Mr Tadeous Tafirenyika Chifamba

Ambassador of Zimbabwe to the EU

Dr Ousmane Sylla

Ambassador of the Republic of Guinea to the Kingdom of Belgium, the European Union and the ACP

Keynote speakers

H.E. Dr Mukhisa Kituyi

Secretary-General of UNCTAD

Intervenant(e)

Michael Hailu

Director of CTA

Viwanou Gnassounou

Assistant Secretary General, ACP Secretariat

Axel Pougin de La Maisonneuve

Trade Affairs Manager at European Commission

Ousmane Badiane

Director for Africa, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Roberto Ridolfi

Director for Planet and Prosperity at DG Development and Cooperation of the European Commission

Panéliste

Annette Mutaawe Ssemuwemba

Deputy Chief Executive Officer, TradeMark East Africa

Nana Osei-Bonsu

CEO, the Private Enterprise Federation (PEF), Ghana

Ousmane Badiane

Director for Africa, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Ishmael D Sunga

PDG de la Southern African Confederation of Agricultural Unions (SACAU)

Argent Chuula

CEO, Alliance for Commodity Trade in Eastern and Southern Africa (ACTESA)

Dominique Njinkeu

Executive Director, African Trade and Sustainable Development (AFTSD)

Sandra Gallina

Director for Sustainable Development; Economic Partnership Agreements – Africa, Caribbean and Pacific; Agri–food, DG TRADE, European Commission

Josephine Mwangi

Manager, Agriculture & Agro-Industry Dept, African Development Bank

Participants

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  • CHARLAFTIS, ANGELOS

  • Lumumba, Amory

B
  • Byiers, Bruce

C
  • Conticello, Claudia

  • Wieck, Christine

F
  • Stepman, Francois

H
  • Barry, Hilary

J
  • Dey de Pryck, Jennie

  • ISSA, JOSEPH

K
  • O'Donoghue, Kerry

  • Van Hove, Kathleen

  • Mensah, Kristina

L
  • Mofolo, Lebo

  • Brown, Lynn

M
  • Hailu, Michael

    Le Centre technique de coopération agricole et rurale (CTA)

    Netherlands

  • FALL, Mémé ATsan

P
  • Eikelenboom, Pedro

T
  • KANONGE, TIRIVANHU

U
  • Madu, Uzo

V
  • Udomi, Vicky

Les organisateurs

  • CTA

    Le Centre technique de coopération agricole et rurale (CTA) est une institution internationale conjointe des États du Groupe ACP (Afrique, Caraïbes, Pacifique) et de l’Union européenne (UE). Il intervient dans les pays ACP pour améliorer la sécurité alimentaire, la résilience et la croissance économique à travers des innovations durables dans le domaine agricole. Le CTA opère dans le cadre de l’Accord de Cotonou et est financé par l’UE.

  • IFPRI

    The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) provides research-based policy solutions to sustainably reduce poverty and end hunger and malnutrition in developing countries. Established in 1975, IFPRI currently has more than 500 employees working in over 50 countries. It is a research center of the CGIAR Consortium, a worldwide partnership engaged in agricultural research for development.

  • CONCORD

    CONCORD is the European confederation of Relief and Development NGOs. We are made up of member organisations: 28 national associations, 20 international networks and 3 associate members that represent over 2,600 NGOs, supported by millions of citizens across Europe. CONCORD is the main interlocutor with the EU institutions on development policy.

  • PAFO

    PAFO est le réseau des Organisations Paysannes du continent Africain. L'objectif de cette plate forme et d'améliorer la communication, la collaboration et le partage d'information/connaissance parmi des différentes parties prenantes

  • DG DEVCO

    The Commission's Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development (DG DEVCO) is responsible for designing European international cooperation and development policy and delivering aid throughout the world. DG DEVCO is in charge of development cooperation policy in a wider framework of international cooperation, adapting to the evolving needs of partner countries. This encompasses cooperation with developing countries at different stages of development, including with countries graduated from bilateral development assistance to cover the specific needs of these countries during the transition period between low-income countries and upper middle-income countries. DG DEVCO works closely with other Commission services responsible for thematic policies, as well as with the European External Action Service and Commission services on external action, so as to facilitate and help ensure a consistent approach.

  • ACP

    The African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) is an organisation created by the Georgetown Agreement in 1975. It is composed of 79 African, Caribbean and Pacific states, with all of them, save Cuba, signatories to the Cotonou Agreement, also known as the "ACP-EC Partnership Agreement" which binds them to the European Union. There are 48 countries from Sub-Saharan Africa, 16 from the Caribbean and 15 from the Pacific. The Secretariat is responsible for the administrative management of the ACP Group. It assists the Group's decision-making and advisory organs in carrying out their work. The ACP Secretariat's headquarters is located in Brussels (Belgium). It is headed by an Executive Secretary-General who is responsible for implementing the Group's international policy, as well as directing and coordinating its cooperation policy.