The SAADPP is a private sector-led partnership platform aimed at identifying and removing barriers to agricultural development, investments and trade in Southern Africa. Championed by the private sector, the SAADPP is facilitating collaborative and co-ordinated dialogue and practical project development, planning and implementation in partnership with regional governments, development partners and civil society. Therefore, this online forum is a platform which connects various actors to discuss and share ideas and information on agricultural matters that are in line with the SAADPP objectives.

Initiated by the NEPAD Business Foundation, SAADPP is centralised in four countries, South Africa, Mozambique, Zambia and Malawi.

Organisational partners of the NBF’s in-country approach to SAADPP: