According to AFDB website, the overall goal of TAAT is to develop and deliver powerful and proven agricultural technologies to the Bank's RMCs as a means of achieving its bold Agricultural Transformation Agenda. It will allow Africa to better feed itself and transform its economies by targeting agriculture as a source of wealth and job creation. This goal for Africa has four main objectives; 1) eliminating extreme poverty, 2) ending hunger and malnutrition, 3) achieving food self-sufficiency and turning Africa into a net food exporter, and 4) setting Africa in step with global commodity and agricultural value chains.
The TAAT Project consists of three components:
Component 1. Production, Productivity and Competitiveness, with Production, Productivity, and Competitiveness subcomponents.
Component 2. Enablers, with Capacity Development, Policy, and Finance (including Instruments) sub-components
Component 3. Project Management and Coordination, with Clearinghouse, and Project Management sub-components.
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ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISM OF AfDB
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