In its agriculture and gender empowerment objectives, the NEPAD works to support policies & programmes that ensure that African women, most of whom bear the brunt of under-development, are not further affected by the consequences of climate change.
The Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation of the Arab Republic of Egypt Dr Adel El Beltagy has pledged his Government’s full support to Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) implementation in Egypt.
NEPAD and Malawi’s Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Welfare of Malawi with support from NORAD has been holding discussions in the Malawian commercial capital Lilongwe on support to the country’s Gender Climate Change Agriculture.
Head of CAADP Mr Martin Bwalya recently gave an interview to Malawi’s The Nation Newspaper. He spoke about CAADP’s potential in enabling a dynamic and robust agricultural sector, which will lead to growth and food security in Africa.