PACA Strategy 2013-2022
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This document describes a ten-year strategy for PACA (the entire partnership!) and key entities in Africa addressing aflatoxin. The Strategy outlines needed actions for PACA from 2013 through 2022, to deliver on PACA’s mission and contribute to the vision of an Africa free from the harmful effects of aflatoxins. The PACA Strategy is a call to action for everyone concerned with the ravages of chronic and acute exposure by Africa’s people to aflatoxin. It will take true partnership and collaboration to build and sustain the concerted effort required to address this vexing problem. To all who are and will be involved in the effort to deliver the impacts of good practices, technologies, policies, and information: PACA will support you by providing leadership and coordination for Africa’s aflatoxin control efforts, acting primarily as catalyst, facilitator, partnership and knowledge broker, project developer and information clearinghouse. PACA will also advocate for the establishment of enabling policies and institutions, increased investment and the mobilization of resources, and should ultimately act as a grant‐maker to support priority aflatoxin control activities. The Strategy provides information on the background and context of the Strategy; challenges and opportunities; PACA’s vision, mission, guiding principles and role; the five strategic areas of PACA’s work for the next ten years (including Key Results Areas and indicative interventions); and a brief description of implementation areas for the Strategy. This document is available in both English and French.