Partnership for Inclusive Agricultural Transformation in Africa, Final Evaluation
The Partnership for Inclusive Agricultural Transformation in Africa (PIATA), launched in 2017, aims to catalyze country-led inclusive agricultural transformation by increasing smallholders’ productivity, strengthening output markets, enhancing the agricultural sector’s resilience to shocks and stresses, and improving coordination and accountability. Through its implementing partner, the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA), PIATA seeks to transform agriculture from a source of subsistence into a driver of inclusive economic growth. PIATA, as implemented by AGRA, set an ambitious goal of increased incomes and improved food security for 30 million farmers across 11 focus countries by 2021. This includes increasing incomes and food security for 9 million farmers through direct assistance and increasing incomes and food security of an additional 21 million indirectly through strengthened public and private sector capacities.
Volume II: Technical Appendices