Government, FAO to work out four-year agriculture plan

The CPF is an agreement between the FAO and the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis, which defines the areas of priority in which both parties agree to work over the medium term, in pursuit of national development objectives. The current CPF will end in December 2015.

The one-day priority setting stakeholder consultation will be convened 25th August 2015, at the Department of Agriculture conference room.

According to FAO National Correspondent Ian Chapman, key outputs of the consultation will be the development of the Priority and Results Matrix for the new Country Programme Framework and a list of areas for technical assistance under the CELAC Plan and linkage to the new 2016 – 2019 CPF.


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