This country study is part of a larger study on Sector Wide Approaches (SWAps) in agriculture and rural development commissioned by the Global Donor Platform for Rural Development. The overall purpose of the study is to examine past, present and future roles of agriculture and rural development SWAps within the broader context of changes in development assistance. The study includes three detailed country case-studies and a few additional desk-based studies. The present report corresponds to the case-study on Mozambique’s experience with agricultural SWAps which focuses on the National Programme of Agrarian Development, PROAGRI.
Lídia Cabral, Animesh Shrivastava and Cardoso Muendane