Politiques et bonnes pratiques de transport rural en Afrique : Suivi & évaluation

Un système de suivi et d’évaluation (S&E) est un élément essentiel du processus de planification, de conception et de mise en œuvre d’un projet de transport rural, car il sert à déterminer si le projet a atteint son objectif de développement. Cependant, le suivi des résultats et la capacité de les utiliser pour une planification future est un grand défi pour le développement et l'amélioration du transport rural en Afrique. Le manque de données permettant de mesurer l’impact des projets de transport rural sur le développement et leurs effets positifs sur les pauvres est marquant.


Good Policies and Practices on Rural Transport in Africa: Planning Infrastructure & Services

This paper provides an overall framework for identifying, planning and prioritizing rural transport infrastructure and services interventions. A key element is to encourage a holistic understanding of rural transport. Although services and infrastructure can be planned in isolation of each other, the best long-term results are likely to be achieved if they are improved in conjunction with each other.


Good Policies and Practices on Rural Transport in Africa: Monitoring & Evaluation

A monitoring and evaluation (M&E) system is an essential element of the planning, design and implementation of rural transport projects and is useful in assessing whether projects achieve their strategic and development objectives. However, tracking results and being able to use them for future planning is a big challenge for developing and improving rural transport in Africa. There is a lack of evidence on both the development impacts of rural transport improvements and more importantly the benefits they bring to the rural poor.


Rural transport : Improving its Contribution to Growth and Poverty Reduction in Sub-Saharan Africa

The paper provides a framework that will help policy makers in Africa to move from stand-alone rural transport policies to comprehensive and integrated policies, positioning rural transport within the framework of rural development, and ensuring strong linkages with other key sectors. Of particular emphasis is the linkage between rural transport with actions to improve agricultural productivity, rural growth and poverty reduction. This paper has been developed from analytical work using lessons from experience in Africa and other continents.



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