Developing countries face many demands to lớn improve SPS capacity to lớn boost agri-food exports and tư vấn other public policy objectives. Yet resources available from government budgets và donors are insufficient to meet all identified needs. This requires hard choices to lớn be made between competing SPS investments.The STDF has developed a framework to help inform và improve SPS planning và decision-making processes. The P-IMA framework offers an evidence-based approach to inform & improve SPS planning & decision-making processes. It helps to liên kết SPS investments lớn public policy goals including export growth, agricultural productivity, and poverty reduction. In the process, P-IMA encourages public-private dialogue, boosts transparency và accountability, and improves the economic efficiency of investment decisions. TheP-IMA user Guideusesamulti-criteria decision analysis (MCDA) approach, as well ascomputer software (D-Sight) lớn help derive priorities.
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Highlights from regional và country experiencesAfrica: COMESA, Ethiopia, Madagascar,Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, Seychelles, Uganda, ZambiaAsia và the Pacific:VietnamCentral Asia: TajikistanLatin America và the Caribbean: BelizeTrade Mark East Africa
The STDF P-IMA Practitioner Group aims to tư vấn and improve the planning, delivery & dissemination of STDF"s work on P-IMA. The STDF Secretariat convenes members of this Group toidentify opportunities to promote the use of P-IMA linked khổng lồ other ongoing/planned work, encourage innovations and synergies lớn catalyse resources for SPS capacity building needs prioritized in various P-IMA reports, and exchange experiences & learning.
More information about the P-IMA Practitioner Group is availablehere.
New Briefing - Driving better decision-making: Prioritizing SPS investments for market access (P-IMA)
A new STDF Briefing provides a concise introduction to lớn the P-IMA framework highlighting different country & regional experiences. It sets out the key benefits of using P-IMA and outlines the steps in applying it.
Information session lớn present the P-IMA framework & new User Guide - 2016
The STDF organized an information session on the P-IMA framework on the margins of the SPS Committee on 16 March 2016.
Marlynne Hopper (STDF Secretariat) introduced the P-IMA framework, its guiding principles and theUser Guide. She also discussed the experience and results of the application of the framework in several countries. The session drew over 60 SPS delegates.
Delilah Cabb (Belize Agricultural Health Authority) shared Belize"s experience with the P-IMA framework. This work enabled stakeholders lớn identify the real costs attached to some SPS capacity building options, direct investments khổng lồ areas with best returns, & identify new sources of funding nationally for some SPS capacity-building needs. She highlighted how the P-IMA framework complemented the use of sector-specific SPS capacity evaluation tools (developed by OIE, IPPC & IICA) in Belize, and underscored the importance of involving national SPS experts. Based on Belize"s successful experience, she provided useful feedback to lớn delegates that may be interested in the applying P-IMA to lớn prioritize SPS capacity building needs in their countries.
PresentationsIntroduction to lớn the P-IMA framework- Marlynne HopperThe Belize experience– Delilah Cabb
Detailed information on the application of the P-IMA framework in Belize is availablehere.
P-IMA workshop in Geneva - 2013
The STDF organized a workshop on "Prioritizing SPS Investments for Market Access"at the WTO in Genevaon 24-25June 2013.
The workshop facilitateda nhận xét ofexisting workto prioritize SPS investments for market access in developing countries, using the MCDA approach. Developing country experts shared useful feedback on the experiences & lessons learned in their countries. Several recommendations were made by participants khổng lồ furtherimprove the tool và guide possible future work by the STDF.
DocumentsWorkshop Summary Report Workshop Programme
PresentationsCOMESA MCDA PresentationEthiopia MCDA PresentationIntroduction khổng lồ the use of MCDAMalawi MCDA PresentationMozambique MCDA presentationSeychelles MCDA PresentationUganda MCDA PresentationUse of MCDA by USAIDVietnam MCDA PresentationZambia MCDA Presentation
Regional workshop for the Asiaand the Pacific - 2012
This workshop provided an introduction khổng lồ the use of MCDA to lớn prioritize SPS investments for market access, shared country experiences and discussed issues faced in using this methodology. The workshop programme can be found here.DocumentsAflandia case studyParticipant listPresentationsIntroduction to Workshop - Spencer HensonMCDA Introduction - Spencer HensonSTDF Presentation - Marlynne HopperAflandia case study - Spencer HensonBelize Experience - Delilah CabbVietnam experience - TranViet Cuong
Regional workshop in Africa - 2011
This workshop provided an introduction khổng lồ the use of MCDA to lớn prioritize SPS investments for market access, shared country experiences and discussed issues faced in using this methodology.Documents Workshop programme Workshop summary report ParticipantsPresentationsSTDF: A joint initiative in SPS capacity building & technical cooperation- Melvin Spreij Highlights from Recent STDF Thematic Work- Marlynne Hopper Overview of the use of economic analysis to lớn set priorities for SPS capacity building- Spencer Henson A multi-criteria decision-making framework for setting priorities in SPS capacity building- Spencer Henson Aflandia Country Case Study & Presentation-Spencer Henson Establishing Priorities for SPS Capacity Building in Mozambique Using a Multi Criteria Decision-Making Framework- Ana David Timana Application of the MCDA in Zambia- Doreen Malekano Chomba