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National Rice Development Strategy (NRDS) is a country specific commodity based strategy on rice, in which all the segments of rice value chain (starting from inputs, such as seed and fertilizer, production, post harvest processing, access to marketing and finance and overall policies) are taken into consideration.  NRDS is developed by NRDS Task Force formed in each CARD Member Country, in which Focal Point, an officer in the Ministry of Agriculture, and officials from related government organizations including research institutes compose the membership.  NRDS is also aligned with overarching framework in the agricultural sector, such as CAADP investment plan, so as to contribute to overall development of the sector.  

As of April 2016, NRDS has been validated in 22 countries out of 23 CARD Member Countries.  

Group 1 Countries

Country

English

French

Cameroon    

PDF/257KB

PDF/252KB

Ghana

PDF/291KB

 

Guinea          

PDF/225KB

PDF/272KB

Kenya

PDF/579KB

 

Madagascar

PDF/354KB

PDF/363KB

Mali

PDF/282KB

PDF/260KB

Mozambique

PDF/268KB

 

Nigeria

PDF/384KB

 

Senegal


 

PDF/3.5MB

*Chapter 2.1.1 and Annex 10a

Sierra Leone

PDF/626KB

 

Tanzania

PDF/243KB

 

Uganda

PDF/1.28MB

 

Group 2 Countries

Country

English

French

Benin

PDF/626KB

PDF/651KB

Burkina Faso

PDF/849KB

PDF/2MB

Central African
Republic

 

PDF/3.5MB

Côte d’Ivoire

PDF/1.05MB

PDF/977KB

DR Congo

 

PDF/2MB

Ethiopia

PDF/870KB

 

The Gambia

PDF/1.3MB 

 

Liberia

PDF/865KB

 

Rwanda

PDF/1.08MB

 

Togo

PDF/489KB

PDF/1.32MB

Zambia

PDF/7.3MB

 

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