West-African think tank Initiative Prospective Agricole et Rurale (IPAR) which specializes on agricultural and land matters, launches its 2017-2021 strategic plan on June 8.
Following this, will take place a debate on challenges faced in the implementation of land reforms in West Africa, especially in Senegal. “This plan aims to provide IPAR with guidelines as well a strategic framework over five years while taking account changes that took place in the country, the region and worldwide”.
The launch of the plan is to be headed by the Senegalese minister of agriculture and rural equipment, Papa Abdoulaye Seck, the event is key to the think tank strategy.
It will record the participation of government’s representatives, as well as of those of the national assembly, the national land dialogues commission (CNDT), the environmental, social and economic council (CESE), the national commission for land reform (CNRF), the private sector, civic society, local elects associations, technical and financial partners (PTF), said IPAR’s communication’s unit.