Kenya

MALABO OPEN DATA DASHBOARD

How countries are publishing open data on the
indicators for Malabo Declaration

OVERVIEW

Open data published

75

Out of 150

Possible datasets that have been published

as of November 2018
1).Expenses incurred in performing the different functions of government (e.g. administration, economic, infrastructure, social, and public safety) based on the Classification of the functions of government (COFOG) and categorized according to j economics: : (1) compensation of employees, (2) use of goods and services, (3) consumption of fixed capital, (4) interest, (5) subsidies, (6) grants, (7) social benefits, and (8) miscellaneous other expense
2).Expenses incurred by the government sector in performing the different functions according to the different expenditure categories, also referred to as on-budget expenditure
3). Expenses incurred in performing different agricultural subfunctions (e.g. policy and planning, research, extension, irrigation, infrastructure and marketing, farm support, other) according to the above economic uses in the k agricultural subsectors. Notes: the main issue here is to identify the various agricultural subfunction performed by different public sector agents, considering multi-functional development projects as discussed tin the AU Guidance Note
4).Expenses incurred by the government sector in performing the different agriculture subfunctions according to the different expenditure categories, also referred to as on-budget expenditure
5). Agriculture value added in constant US dollars
6).Government Agriculture Expenditure. These are expense incurred on a set of administrative, construction, and operational support activities related to the production of crops, livestock, forestry, and fishing
7).Basic demographics and poverty measurement (available through FII). - Total number of men engaged in agriculture, - Total number of women engaged in agriculture
8).Total area used to rear improved and local varieties of Livestock (cattle, sheep, goat, pig)
9).Total area used to rear improved and local varieties of Livestock (poultry)
10).Total number of female livestock (cattle, sheep, goat, pig) at a reproducive age that are artificially inseminated
11).The number of Day Old Chicks (DOC) supplied or sold
12).The number of improved fingerlings supplied or sold.
13).Total number and farmers coverage of agricultural extension workers
14).Total number of farmers
15).Total number of farm households in the country
16).Household survey data
17).Agriculture value added in constant US dollars (AgVA)
18).Total number of agricultural workers (W)
19).Agricultural value added per agricultural worker
20).Budget Allocation to social protection Cash Transfers for food and cash reserves
21).Budget Allocation to social protection Emergency Food Supplies
22).Budget Allocation to social protection School Feeding
23).Budget Allocation to social protection Other protective services
24).Total Budget Allocation to social protection
25).Total Budget Requirements for social protection
26).Total number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample (T) Number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are stunted (S)
27).Number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are stunted (Sm)
28).Total number of female children 0-59 months of age in the sample (Tf) Number of female children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are stunted (Sf)
29).Total number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample (T) Number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are underweight (U)
30).Total number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample (Tm) Number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample that is underweight (Um)
31).Total number of female children 0-59 months of age in the sample (Tf) Number of female children 0-59 months of age in the sample that is underweight (Uf)
32).Total number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample (T) Number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are wasted (W)
33).Total number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample (Tm) Number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are wasted (Wm)
34).Total number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample (Tf) Number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are wasted (Wf)
35).Percentage of the country's population that is undernourished
36).Total number of women at reproductive age: W T , as the denominator
37).Number of women at reproductive age (15-49 yrs) that attain the minimum dietary diversity: W MDDW , as the numerator.
38).Minimum Acceptable Diet for 6-23 months old infants
39).Total breastfed children in sample reaching both minimum diet diversity and minimum meal frequency (BF MDD&MMF )
40).Total breastfed children in sample (TBF)
41).Total non-breastfed children in sample getting at least 2 milk feeds and reaching both minimum diet diversity and minimum meal frequency (NBF 2MF&MDD&MMF )
42).Total non-breastfed children in sample (TNBF)
43).Agriculture value added, in constant US dollars (AgVA)
44).Poverty headcount ratio (phrN), at national poverty lines (% of population)
45).Poverty headcount ratio (phrI), at international poverty lines (% of population)
46).Prices paid to producers by brokers, aggregators, wholesalers and other market agents.
47).Mean monthly wholesale prices for previous 12 months for each of the five economicallyy important commodities. Note: For both average weighted farm gate prices and average weighted wholesale prices a number of disbursed markets should be tracked.
48). Priority commodity value chains
49).Number of priority agricultural commodity value chains for which a PPP is established with strong linkage to smallholder agriculture
50).otal number of youth at working age in the country
51).Number of women that have: a) Input in productive decisions and b) Autonomy in production,
52).Number of women that have: a)Ownership of assets, b)Purchase, sale or transfer of assets, c)Access to and decisions about credit,
53).Number of women that have Control over use of income
54).Number of women that have: a) Group member and b) Speaking in public
55).Number of women that are able to manage their time amongst: a) Workload and b) Leisure
56).Use mathematical set method (using individual numbers to avoid double counting) to generate the total number of women that meet at least 4 of the 5 domains (or appox. 80% of the reported domains of availed data)
57).1. Quality of roads
58).2. Quality of airport
59).3. Quality of seaports
60).3. Availability of latest technology
61).5. Individuals using internet
62).6. Fixed telephone lines
63).7. Internet subscription
64).1. Number of documents to export
65).2. Number of Days to export
66).3. Costs to export
67).4. Number of documents to import
68).5. Number of Days to import
69).6. Costs to import
70).Number of countries with visa free entry (NVF)
71).Data from resilience analysis in the country for analysing household resilience trought the FAO's RIMA model, can be used to estimate the number of households that are resilient to climate variability and related risks.
72).With the RIMA model, a resilient household is appreciated through the household resilience index, R
73).Latent variables to estimate a household resilience R , include: Access to Basic Social services (ABS i )
74).Enabling Institutional Environment (EIE)
75). Social Safety Nets (SSN)
DATA GAPS

9

Indicators unavailable

1).2.1ii Public Agriculture Expenditure as % of agriculture value added (PAEAgVA)
2).3.1iii Growth rate of the ratio of supplied quality agriculture inputs (seed, breed, fingerlings) to the total national inputs requirements for the commodity (ţAgI)
3).3.3 Reduction rate of Post-Harvest Losses for (at least) the 5 national priority commodities, and possibly for the 11 AU agriculture priority commodities (tPHL)
4).3.5v Growth rate of the proportion of Minimum Dietary Diversity-Women (tMDDW)
5).4.1v Reduction rate of the gap between the wholesale price and farmgate price (tfgws)
6).4.3 Percentage of youth that is engaged in new job opportunities in agriculture value chains, (tYth)
7).4.4 Proportion of rural women that are empowered in agriculture, (tWE)
8).6.1i Percentage of farm, pastoral, and fisher households that are resilient to climate and weather related shocks (tRAgHh)
9).6.1ii Share of agriculture land under sustainable land management practices (SSLM)
COVERAGE

15

Indicators that have complete data available

1).2.1i Public agriculture expenditure as share of total public expenditure (tPAE)
2).2.1ii Public Agriculture Expenditure as % of agriculture value added (PAEAgVA)
3).3.1i Fertilizer consumption (kilogram of nutrients per hectare of arable land), (Fz)
4).3.1iv Proportion of farmers having access to Agricultural Advisory Services (FAgAS)
5).3.1vi Proportion of farm households with ownership or secure land rights (tHhSL)
6).3.4 Budget lines (%) on social protection as percentage of the total resource requirements for coverage of the vulnerable social
7).3.5i Prevalence of stunting (% of children under 5 years old) (St)
8).3.5ii Prevalence of underweight (% of children under 5 years old) (Uw)
9).3.5iii Prevalence of wasting (% of children under 5 old) (W)
10).3.5iv Proportion of the population that is undernourished (% of the country's population) (U)
11).3.5v Growth rate of the proportion of Minimum Dietary Diversity-Women (tMDDW)
12).3.5vi Proportion of 6-23 months old children who meet the Minimum Acceptable Diet (MAD)
13).4.1iii Reduction rate of poverty headcount ratio, at national poverty line (% of population), dpovN
14).4.1iv Reduction rate of poverty headcount ratio at international poverty line (% of population), dpovI
15).6.1i Percentage of farm, pastoral, and fisher households that are resilient to climate and weather related shocks (tRAgHh)
FORMAT
publishers

9

Out of 24

Institutions that have published their data as open data

1).Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
2).Ministry of Devolution and Planning
3).Ministry of Industry,Trade and Cooperatives
4).Ministry of Informations, Communications and Technology
5).Ministry of Interior and Coordination of Government
6).Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure Development
7).State Department for Planning
8).The National Treasury and Planning
9).The National Treasury and Planning Ministry of Labour and Social Protection Ministry of Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs

THEMES OVERVIEW

ENDING HUNGER
COUNTRY HAS PUBLISHED PARTIAL DATA
35 out of 64 available
1).Total area used to rear improved and local varieties of Livestock (cattle, sheep, goat, pig)
2).Total area used to rear improved and local varieties of Livestock (poultry)
3).Total number of female livestock (cattle, sheep, goat, pig) at a reproducive age that are artificially inseminated
4).The number of Day Old Chicks (DOC) supplied or sold
5).The number of improved fingerlings supplied or sold.
6).Total number and farmers coverage of agricultural extension workers
7).Total number of farmers
8).Total number of farm households in the country
9).Household survey data
10).Agriculture value added in constant US dollars (AgVA)
11).Total number of agricultural workers (W)
12).Agricultural value added per agricultural worker
13).Budget Allocation to social protection Cash Transfers for food and cash reserves
14).Budget Allocation to social protection Emergency Food Supplies
15).Budget Allocation to social protection School Feeding
16).Budget Allocation to social protection Other protective services
17).Total Budget Allocation to social protection
18).Total Budget Requirements for social protection
19).Total number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample (T) Number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are stunted (S)
20).Number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are stunted (Sm)
21).Total number of female children 0-59 months of age in the sample (Tf) Number of female children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are stunted (Sf)
22).Total number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample (T) Number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are underweight (U)
23).Total number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample (Tm) Number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample that is underweight (Um)
24).Total number of female children 0-59 months of age in the sample (Tf) Number of female children 0-59 months of age in the sample that is underweight (Uf)
25).Total number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample (T) Number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are wasted (W)
26).Total number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample (Tm) Number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are wasted (Wm)
27).Total number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample (Tf) Number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are wasted (Wf)
28).Percentage of the country's population that is undernourished
29).Total number of women at reproductive age: W T , as the denominator
30).Number of women at reproductive age (15-49 yrs) that attain the minimum dietary diversity: W MDDW , as the numerator.
31).Minimum Acceptable Diet for 6-23 months old infants
32).Total breastfed children in sample reaching both minimum diet diversity and minimum meal frequency (BF MDD&MMF )
33).Total breastfed children in sample (TBF)
34).Total non-breastfed children in sample getting at least 2 milk feeds and reaching both minimum diet diversity and minimum meal frequency (NBF 2MF&MDD&MMF )
35).Total non-breastfed children in sample (TNBF)
ENDING POVERTY
COUNTRY HAS PUBLISHED PARTIAL DATA
14 out of 24 available
1).Agriculture value added, in constant US dollars (AgVA)
2).Poverty headcount ratio (phrN), at national poverty lines (% of population)
3).Poverty headcount ratio (phrI), at international poverty lines (% of population)
4).Prices paid to producers by brokers, aggregators, wholesalers and other market agents.
5).Mean monthly wholesale prices for previous 12 months for each of the five economicallyy important commodities. Note: For both average weighted farm gate prices and average weighted wholesale prices a number of disbursed markets should be tracked.
6). Priority commodity value chains
7).Number of priority agricultural commodity value chains for which a PPP is established with strong linkage to smallholder agriculture
8).otal number of youth at working age in the country
9).Number of women that have: a) Input in productive decisions and b) Autonomy in production,
10).Number of women that have: a)Ownership of assets, b)Purchase, sale or transfer of assets, c)Access to and decisions about credit,
11).Number of women that have Control over use of income
12).Number of women that have: a) Group member and b) Speaking in public
13).Number of women that are able to manage their time amongst: a) Workload and b) Leisure
14).Use mathematical set method (using individual numbers to avoid double counting) to generate the total number of women that meet at least 4 of the 5 domains (or appox. 80% of the reported domains of availed data)
INTRA-AFRICAN TRADE
COUNTRY HAS PUBLISHED PARTIAL DATA
14 out of 26 available
1).1. Quality of roads
2).2. Quality of airport
3).3. Quality of seaports
4).3. Availability of latest technology
5).5. Individuals using internet
6).6. Fixed telephone lines
7).7. Internet subscription
8).1. Number of documents to export
9).2. Number of Days to export
10).3. Costs to export
11).4. Number of documents to import
12).5. Number of Days to import
13).6. Costs to import
14).Number of countries with visa free entry (NVF)
BUILDING RESILIENCE
COUNTRY HAS PUBLISHED PARTIAL DATA
5 out of 18 available
1).Data from resilience analysis in the country for analysing household resilience trought the FAO's RIMA model, can be used to estimate the number of households that are resilient to climate variability and related risks.
2).With the RIMA model, a resilient household is appreciated through the household resilience index, R
3).Latent variables to estimate a household resilience R , include: Access to Basic Social services (ABS i )
4).Enabling Institutional Environment (EIE)
5). Social Safety Nets (SSN)
INVESTMENT IN AG
COUNTRY HAS PUBLISHED PARTIAL DATA
7 out of 18 available
1).Expenses incurred in performing the different functions of government (e.g. administration, economic, infrastructure, social, and public safety) based on the Classification of the functions of government (COFOG) and categorized according to j economics: : (1) compensation of employees, (2) use of goods and services, (3) consumption of fixed capital, (4) interest, (5) subsidies, (6) grants, (7) social benefits, and (8) miscellaneous other expense
2).Expenses incurred by the government sector in performing the different functions according to the different expenditure categories, also referred to as on-budget expenditure
3). Expenses incurred in performing different agricultural subfunctions (e.g. policy and planning, research, extension, irrigation, infrastructure and marketing, farm support, other) according to the above economic uses in the k agricultural subsectors. Notes: the main issue here is to identify the various agricultural subfunction performed by different public sector agents, considering multi-functional development projects as discussed tin the AU Guidance Note
4).Expenses incurred by the government sector in performing the different agriculture subfunctions according to the different expenditure categories, also referred to as on-budget expenditure
5). Agriculture value added in constant US dollars
6).Government Agriculture Expenditure. These are expense incurred on a set of administrative, construction, and operational support activities related to the production of crops, livestock, forestry, and fishing
7).Basic demographics and poverty measurement (available through FII). - Total number of men engaged in agriculture, - Total number of women engaged in agriculture

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INDICATORS DATA REQUIRED FOR INDICATOR MINISTRY STATUS
2.1i Public agriculture expenditure as share of total public expenditure (tPAE) Expenses incurred in performing the different functions of government (e.g. administration, economic, infrastructure, social, and public safety) based on the Classification of the functions of government (COFOG) and categorized according to j economics: : (1) compensation of employees, (2) use of goods and services, (3) consumption of fixed capital, (4) interest, (5) subsidies, (6) grants, (7) social benefits, and (8) miscellaneous other expense The National Treasury and Planning
2.1i Public agriculture expenditure as share of total public expenditure (tPAE) Expenses incurred by the government sector in performing the different functions according to the different expenditure categories, also referred to as on-budget expenditure The National Treasury and Planning
2.1i Public agriculture expenditure as share of total public expenditure (tPAE) Expenses incurred in performing different agricultural subfunctions (e.g. policy and planning, research, extension, irrigation, infrastructure and marketing, farm support, other) according to the above economic uses in the k agricultural subsectors. Notes: the main issue here is to identify the various agricultural subfunction performed by different public sector agents, considering multi-functional development projects as discussed tin the AU Guidance Note The National Treasury and Planning
2.1i Public agriculture expenditure as share of total public expenditure (tPAE) Expenses incurred by the government sector in performing the different agriculture subfunctions according to the different expenditure categories, also referred to as on-budget expenditure The National Treasury and Planning
2.1ii Public Agriculture Expenditure as % of agriculture value added (PAEAgVA) Public Agriculture Expenditure in local currency units The National Treasury and Planning
2.1ii Public Agriculture Expenditure as % of agriculture value added (PAEAgVA) Agriculture value added in constant US dollars The National Treasury and Planning
2.1iii ODA disbursed to agriculture as % of commitment (ODA) Actual ODA disbursed by all donors through all channels in performing different i agricultural subfunctions (e.g. policy and planning, research, extension, irrigation, marketing, farm support, other) in the k agricultural subsectors [agODAD ]. Notes: Channels include public sector, public private ik partnership, multilateral organizations, NGOs and civil society, etc The National Treasury and Planning
2.1iii ODA disbursed to agriculture as % of commitment (ODA) ODA commitements made by all donors through all channels to support performance of different i agricultural subfunctions (e.g. policy and planning, research, extension, irrigation, marketing, farm support, other) in the k agricultural subsectors The National Treasury and Planning
2.2 Ratio of domestic private sector investment to public investment in agriculture (tDPrPb) Total Agricultural Investments in the agricultural sector that includes government expenditure in agriculture, domestic private investment, foreign direct investment, and official development assistance and other sources of official flows. The National Treasury and Planning
2.2 Ratio of domestic private sector investment to public investment in agriculture (tDPrPb) Government Agriculture Expenditure. Comprises of expense incurred on a set of administrative, construction, and operational support activities related to the production of crops, livestock, forestry, and fishing The National Treasury and Planning
2.2 Ratio of domestic private sector investment to public investment in agriculture (tDPrPb) Official Development Assistance (ODA) The National Treasury and Planning
2.2 Ratio of domestic private sector investment to public investment in agriculture (tDPrPb) Foreign Direct Investment in Agriculture The National Treasury and Planning
2.2 Ratio of domestic private sector investment to public investment in agriculture (tDPrPb) Domestic Private Investment in Agriculture. Composed of investment oriented loans provided by the banking sector to the agricultural sector, as well as private equity investments. The National Treasury and Planning
2.3 Ratio of foreign private direct investment to public investment in agriculture (tFPrPb) Foreign private sector direct investment (FDI) in agriculture. The National Treasury and Planning
2.3 Ratio of foreign private direct investment to public investment in agriculture (tFPrPb) Government Agriculture Expenditure. These are expense incurred on a set of administrative, construction, and operational support activities related to the production of crops, livestock, forestry, and fishing The National Treasury and Planning
2.4 Proportion of men and women engaged in agriculture with access to financial services, (tAgFs) Basic demographics and poverty measurement (available through FII). - Total number of men engaged in agriculture, - Total number of women engaged in agriculture The National Treasury and Planning
2.4 Proportion of men and women engaged in agriculture with access to financial services, (tAgFs) Number of men engaged in agriculture that have access to financial services The National Treasury and Planning
2.4 Proportion of men and women engaged in agriculture with access to financial services, (tAgFs) Number of women engaged in agriculture that have access to financial services The National Treasury and Planning
INDICATORS DATA REQUIRED FOR INDICATOR MINISTRY STATUS
3.1i Fertilizer consumption (kilogram of nutrients per hectare of arable land), (Fz) Total fertilizers consumption (N+P, N+P+K) in Kg.Nitrogen Fertilizers (N total nutrients) (FAOSTAT code 3102) Phosphate Fertilizers (P205 total nutrients) (FAOSTAT code 3103) Potash Fertilizers (K20 total nutrients) (FAOSTAT code 3104) The National Treasury and Planning
3.1i Fertilizer consumption (kilogram of nutrients per hectare of arable land), (Fz) Arable land area (FAO Code 6621) The National Treasury and Planning
3.1i Fertilizer consumption (kilogram of nutrients per hectare of arable land), (Fz) Permanent crops area (FAOSTAT code 6650) The National Treasury and Planning
3.1ii Growth rate of the size of irrigated areas from its value of the year 2000 (RiIA) Total areas under irrigation in the country, as reported in the year 2000. The National Treasury and Planning Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Irrigation
3.1ii Growth rate of the size of irrigated areas from its value of the year 2000 (RiIA) Total areas under irrigation in the country, as reported for the year of the velauation, the year t. The National Treasury and Planning Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Irrigation
3.1iii Growth rate of the ratio of supplied quality agriculture inputs (seed, breed, fingerlings) to the total national inputs requirements for the commodity (ţAgI) Total area cultivated using seed of improved and local varieties of the selected crops Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Irrigation
3.1iii Growth rate of the ratio of supplied quality agriculture inputs (seed, breed, fingerlings) to the total national inputs requirements for the commodity (ţAgI) Total area used to rear improved and local varieties of Livestock (cattle, sheep, goat, pig) The National Treasury and Planning
3.1iii Growth rate of the ratio of supplied quality agriculture inputs (seed, breed, fingerlings) to the total national inputs requirements for the commodity (ţAgI) Total area used to rear improved and local varieties of Livestock (poultry) The National Treasury and Planning
3.1iii Growth rate of the ratio of supplied quality agriculture inputs (seed, breed, fingerlings) to the total national inputs requirements for the commodity (ţAgI) Total area used to rear improved and local varieties of Fish Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Irrigation
3.1iii Growth rate of the ratio of supplied quality agriculture inputs (seed, breed, fingerlings) to the total national inputs requirements for the commodity (ţAgI) Total amount of quality seed of improved of varieties of crops supplied to farmers Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Irrigation
3.1iii Growth rate of the ratio of supplied quality agriculture inputs (seed, breed, fingerlings) to the total national inputs requirements for the commodity (ţAgI) Total number of female livestock (cattle, sheep, goat, pig) at a reproducive age that are artificially inseminated The National Treasury and Planning
3.1iii Growth rate of the ratio of supplied quality agriculture inputs (seed, breed, fingerlings) to the total national inputs requirements for the commodity (ţAgI) The number of Day Old Chicks (DOC) supplied or sold The National Treasury and Planning
3.1iii Growth rate of the ratio of supplied quality agriculture inputs (seed, breed, fingerlings) to the total national inputs requirements for the commodity (ţAgI) The number of improved fingerlings supplied or sold. The National Treasury and Planning
3.1iii Growth rate of the ratio of supplied quality agriculture inputs (seed, breed, fingerlings) to the total national inputs requirements for the commodity (ţAgI) Ratio of supplied quality agriculture inputs to the total national inputs requirements for crops Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Irrigation
3.1iii Growth rate of the ratio of supplied quality agriculture inputs (seed, breed, fingerlings) to the total national inputs requirements for the commodity (ţAgI) Ratio of supplied quality improved breeds to the total national inputs requirements for the breeds(cattle, sheep, pigs and goats) Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Irrigation
3.1iii Growth rate of the ratio of supplied quality agriculture inputs (seed, breed, fingerlings) to the total national inputs requirements for the commodity (ţAgI) Ratio of supplied quality Day Old Chicks(DOC) to the total national inputs requirements for Day Old Chicks Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Irrigation
3.1iii Growth rate of the ratio of supplied quality agriculture inputs (seed, breed, fingerlings) to the total national inputs requirements for the commodity (ţAgI) Ratio of supplied quality fingerlings to the total national inputs requirements for fingerlings Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Irrigation
3.1iv Proportion of farmers having access to Agricultural Advisory Services (FAgAS) Total number and farmers coverage of agricultural extension workers The National Treasury and Planning
3.1iv Proportion of farmers having access to Agricultural Advisory Services (FAgAS) Total number of farmers The National Treasury and Planning
3.1v Total Agricultural Research Spending as a share of AgGDP (tTARS) Total expenditure on Salaries Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
3.1v Total Agricultural Research Spending as a share of AgGDP (tTARS) Total Program and Operation Costs Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation The National Treasury and Planning
3.1v Total Agricultural Research Spending as a share of AgGDP (tTARS) Total Capital Investment Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation The National Treasury and Planning
3.1v Total Agricultural Research Spending as a share of AgGDP (tTARS) Agriculture value added Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation The National Treasury and Planning
3.1vi Proportion of farm households with ownership or secure land rights (tHhSL) Total number of farm households in the country The National Treasury and Planning
3.1vi Proportion of farm households with ownership or secure land rights (tHhSL) Household survey data The National Treasury and Planning
3.2i Growth rate of agriculture value added, in constant US dollars, per agricultural worker (tAgW) Agriculture value added in constant US dollars (AgVA) The National Treasury and Planning
3.2i Growth rate of agriculture value added, in constant US dollars, per agricultural worker (tAgW) Total number of agricultural workers (W) The National Treasury and Planning
3.2i Growth rate of agriculture value added, in constant US dollars, per agricultural worker (tAgW) Agricultural value added per agricultural worker The National Treasury and Planning
3.2i Growth rate of agriculture value added, in constant US dollars, per agricultural worker (tAgW) Baseline value added for agricultural workers for five years(2011-2015) Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Irrigation Ministry of Environment and Forestry
3.2ii Growth rate of agriculture value added, in constant US dollar, per hectare of agricultural arable land (tAgL) Total agricultural value added, at constant 2010 U.S. dollars (AgVA) Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Irrigation Ministry of Environment and Forestry
3.2ii Growth rate of agriculture value added, in constant US dollar, per hectare of agricultural arable land (tAgL) Total agricultural arable land in hectare The National Treasury and Planning
3.2ii Growth rate of agriculture value added, in constant US dollar, per hectare of agricultural arable land (tAgL) Agriculture value added per hectare of agricultural arable land Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
3.2ii Growth rate of agriculture value added, in constant US dollar, per hectare of agricultural arable land (tAgL) Baseline value of the agriculture value added per hectare of agricultural arable land Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
3.2iii Growth rate of yields for the 5 national priority commodities, and possibly for the 11 AU agriculture priority commodities (tY) Total production for individual commodity The National Treasury and Planning
3.2iii Growth rate of yields for the 5 national priority commodities, and possibly for the 11 AU agriculture priority commodities (tY) Size of the production unit for individual commodities (hectare for crops, cattle for livestock, etc The National Treasury and Planning
3.2iii Growth rate of yields for the 5 national priority commodities, and possibly for the 11 AU agriculture priority commodities (tY) Total Yield Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
3.2iii Growth rate of yields for the 5 national priority commodities, and possibly for the 11 AU agriculture priority commodities (tY) Baseline value of the yield Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
3.3 Reduction rate of Post-Harvest Losses for (at least) the 5 national priority commodities, and possibly for the 11 AU agriculture priority commodities (tPHL) Weight of crop and animal production Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
3.3 Reduction rate of Post-Harvest Losses for (at least) the 5 national priority commodities, and possibly for the 11 AU agriculture priority commodities (tPHL) Height of damaged or lost product/commodity at each stage of the following stages of post-harvest system that includes: Loss at Harvesting; Loss at Storage; Loss at Transport; Loss at Processing; Loss at Packaging; Loss at Sales Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
3.3 Reduction rate of Post-Harvest Losses for (at least) the 5 national priority commodities, and possibly for the 11 AU agriculture priority commodities (tPHL) Post Harvest Losses for given priority commodities Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
3.3 Reduction rate of Post-Harvest Losses for (at least) the 5 national priority commodities, and possibly for the 11 AU agriculture priority commodities (tPHL) Overall Post Harvest Loss for a given year Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
3.4 Budget lines (%) on social protection as percentage of the total resource requirements for coverage of the vulnerable social Budget Allocation to social protection Cash Transfers for food and cash reserves The National Treasury and Planning
3.4 Budget lines (%) on social protection as percentage of the total resource requirements for coverage of the vulnerable social Budget Allocation to social protection Emergency Food Supplies The National Treasury and Planning
3.4 Budget lines (%) on social protection as percentage of the total resource requirements for coverage of the vulnerable social Budget Allocation to social protection School Feeding The National Treasury and Planning
3.4 Budget lines (%) on social protection as percentage of the total resource requirements for coverage of the vulnerable social Budget Allocation to social protection Other protective services The National Treasury and Planning
3.4 Budget lines (%) on social protection as percentage of the total resource requirements for coverage of the vulnerable social Total Budget Allocation to social protection The National Treasury and Planning
3.4 Budget lines (%) on social protection as percentage of the total resource requirements for coverage of the vulnerable social Total Budget Requirements for social protection The National Treasury and Planning
3.5i Prevalence of stunting (% of children under 5 years old) (St) Total number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample (T) Number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are stunted (S) The National Treasury and Planning
3.5i Prevalence of stunting (% of children under 5 years old) (St) Number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are stunted (Sm) The National Treasury and Planning
3.5i Prevalence of stunting (% of children under 5 years old) (St) Total number of female children 0-59 months of age in the sample (Tf) Number of female children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are stunted (Sf) The National Treasury and Planning
3.5ii Prevalence of underweight (% of children under 5 years old) (Uw) Total number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample (T) Number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are underweight (U) The National Treasury and Planning
3.5ii Prevalence of underweight (% of children under 5 years old) (Uw) Total number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample (Tm) Number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample that is underweight (Um) The National Treasury and Planning
3.5ii Prevalence of underweight (% of children under 5 years old) (Uw) Total number of female children 0-59 months of age in the sample (Tf) Number of female children 0-59 months of age in the sample that is underweight (Uf) The National Treasury and Planning
3.5iii Prevalence of wasting (% of children under 5 old) (W) Total number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample (T) Number of children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are wasted (W) The National Treasury and Planning
3.5iii Prevalence of wasting (% of children under 5 old) (W) Total number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample (Tm) Number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are wasted (Wm) The National Treasury and Planning
3.5iii Prevalence of wasting (% of children under 5 old) (W) Total number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample (Tf) Number of male children 0-59 months of age in the sample that are wasted (Wf) The National Treasury and Planning
3.5iv Proportion of the population that is undernourished (% of the country's population) (U) Percentage of the country's population that is undernourished The National Treasury and Planning
3.5v Growth rate of the proportion of Minimum Dietary Diversity-Women (tMDDW) Total number of women at reproductive age: W T , as the denominator The National Treasury and Planning
3.5v Growth rate of the proportion of Minimum Dietary Diversity-Women (tMDDW) Number of women at reproductive age (15-49 yrs) that attain the minimum dietary diversity: W MDDW , as the numerator. The National Treasury and Planning
3.5vi Proportion of 6-23 months old children who meet the Minimum Acceptable Diet (MAD) Minimum Acceptable Diet for 6-23 months old infants The National Treasury and Planning
3.5vi Proportion of 6-23 months old children who meet the Minimum Acceptable Diet (MAD) Total breastfed children in sample reaching both minimum diet diversity and minimum meal frequency (BF MDD&MMF ) The National Treasury and Planning
3.5vi Proportion of 6-23 months old children who meet the Minimum Acceptable Diet (MAD) Total breastfed children in sample (TBF) The National Treasury and Planning
3.5vi Proportion of 6-23 months old children who meet the Minimum Acceptable Diet (MAD) Total non-breastfed children in sample getting at least 2 milk feeds and reaching both minimum diet diversity and minimum meal frequency (NBF 2MF&MDD&MMF ) State Department for Planning
3.5vi Proportion of 6-23 months old children who meet the Minimum Acceptable Diet (MAD) Total non-breastfed children in sample (TNBF) State Department for Planning
INDICATORS DATA REQUIRED FOR INDICATOR MINISTRY STATUS
4.1i Growth rate of the agriculture value added, in constant US dollars (tAgVA) Agriculture value added, in constant US dollars (AgVA) Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
4.1i Growth rate of the agriculture value added, in constant US dollars (tAgVA) Baseline value of the Agriculture value 2015 added , in constant US dollars Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
4.1i Growth rate of the agriculture value added, in constant US dollars (tAgVA) Annual growth rate of Agriculture value added, in constant US dollars (tAgVA) Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
4.1i Growth rate of the agriculture value added, in constant US dollars (tAgVA) Average annual Growth rate of Agriculture value added, in constant US dollars (aAgVA) Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
4.1iii Reduction rate of poverty headcount ratio, at national poverty line (% of population), dpovN Poverty headcount ratio (phrN), at national poverty lines (% of population) The National Treasury and Planning
4.1iv Reduction rate of poverty headcount ratio at international poverty line (% of population), dpovI Poverty headcount ratio (phrI), at international poverty lines (% of population) The National Treasury and Planning
4.1v Reduction rate of the gap between the wholesale price and farmgate price (tfgws) Prices paid to producers by brokers, aggregators, wholesalers and other market agents. The National Treasury and Planning
4.1v Reduction rate of the gap between the wholesale price and farmgate price (tfgws) Mean monthly wholesale prices for previous 12 months for each of the five economicallyy important commodities. Note: For both average weighted farm gate prices and average weighted wholesale prices a number of disbursed markets should be tracked. Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
4.1v Reduction rate of the gap between the wholesale price and farmgate price (tfgws) Gap between the wholesale price and farmgate price Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
4.2 Number of priority agricultural commodity value chains for which a PPP is established with strong linkage to smallholder agriculture, (Nc) Priority commodity value chains Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
4.2 Number of priority agricultural commodity value chains for which a PPP is established with strong linkage to smallholder agriculture, (Nc) Total volume of trade for the priority commodity,VTi Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
4.2 Number of priority agricultural commodity value chains for which a PPP is established with strong linkage to smallholder agriculture, (Nc) Volume of trade between smallholders and target buyers, V smhi Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
4.2 Number of priority agricultural commodity value chains for which a PPP is established with strong linkage to smallholder agriculture, (Nc) Number of smallholders integrated into the value chain of the priority commodity i , N Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
4.2 Number of priority agricultural commodity value chains for which a PPP is established with strong linkage to smallholder agriculture, (Nc) Total suppliers that are supplying the market of the value chain of the priority commodity , N T Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
4.2 Number of priority agricultural commodity value chains for which a PPP is established with strong linkage to smallholder agriculture, (Nc) Number of priority agricultural commodity value chains for which a PPP is established with strong linkage to smallholder agriculture Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock , Fisheries and Irrigation
4.3 Percentage of youth that is engaged in new job opportunities in agriculture value chains, (tYth) otal number of youth at working age in the country The National Treasury and Planning
4.3 Percentage of youth that is engaged in new job opportunities in agriculture value chains, (tYth) Cumulative number of the new jobs created within sub sectors related to agriculture for the youth by existing entreprises. This include "paid employment; "selfemployment". The National Treasury and Planning Ministry of Labour and Social Protection Ministry of Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs
4.4 Proportion of rural women that are empowered in agriculture, (tWE) Total number of women engaged in Agriculture The National Treasury and Planning Ministry of Labour and Social Protection Ministry of Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs
4.4 Proportion of rural women that are empowered in agriculture, (tWE) Number of women that have: a) Input in productive decisions and b) Autonomy in production, The National Treasury and Planning Ministry of Labour and Social Protection Ministry of Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs
4.4 Proportion of rural women that are empowered in agriculture, (tWE) Number of women that have: a)Ownership of assets, b)Purchase, sale or transfer of assets, c)Access to and decisions about credit, The National Treasury and Planning Ministry of Labour and Social Protection Ministry of Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs
4.4 Proportion of rural women that are empowered in agriculture, (tWE) Number of women that have Control over use of income The National Treasury and Planning Ministry of Labour and Social Protection Ministry of Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs
4.4 Proportion of rural women that are empowered in agriculture, (tWE) Number of women that have: a) Group member and b) Speaking in public The National Treasury and Planning Ministry of Labour and Social Protection Ministry of Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs
4.4 Proportion of rural women that are empowered in agriculture, (tWE) Number of women that are able to manage their time amongst: a) Workload and b) Leisure The National Treasury and Planning Ministry of Labour and Social Protection Ministry of Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs
4.4 Proportion of rural women that are empowered in agriculture, (tWE) Use mathematical set method (using individual numbers to avoid double counting) to generate the total number of women that meet at least 4 of the 5 domains (or appox. 80% of the reported domains of availed data) The National Treasury and Planning Ministry of Labour and Social Protection Ministry of Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs
INDICATORS DATA REQUIRED FOR INDICATOR MINISTRY STATUS
5.1 Growth rate of the value of trade of agricultural commodities and services within Africa, in constant US dollars (tIAT) Value of intra- African trade imports (M ) and exports (X i i ) for agriculture goods and services, in current US dollars. Ministry of East African Community and Regional Development Ministry of Industry,Trade and Cooperatives The National Treasury and Planning
5.1 Growth rate of the value of trade of agricultural commodities and services within Africa, in constant US dollars (tIAT) Unit value of imported (p ) and exported (p ) agriculture products Ministry of East African Community and Regional Development Ministry of Industry,Trade and Cooperatives The National Treasury and Planning
5.1 Growth rate of the value of trade of agricultural commodities and services within Africa, in constant US dollars (tIAT) Trade (import or export) value indexes Ministry of East African Community and Regional Development Ministry of Industry,Trade and Cooperatives The National Treasury and Planning
5.1 Growth rate of the value of trade of agricultural commodities and services within Africa, in constant US dollars (tIAT) i)-Value of intra- African imports for agriculture goods, IAMg ii)-Value of intra- African imports for agriculture services, IAMs iii)-Value of intra- African exports for agriculture goods, IAXg iv)-Value of intra- African exports for agriculture services, IAXs Ministry of East African Community and Regional Development Ministry of Industry,Trade and Cooperatives The National Treasury and Planning
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) 1. Quality of roads Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure Development
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) 2. Quality of airport Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure Development
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) 3. Quality of seaports Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure Development
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) 4. Quality of railways Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure Development
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) 1. Firm level technology abbsorption Ministry of Informations, Communications and Technology
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) 2. FDI and technology transfer Ministry of Informations, Communications and Technology
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) 3. Availability of latest technology Ministry of Informations, Communications and Technology
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) 4. Government procurement of advanced technology Ministry of Informations, Communications and Technology
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) 5. Individuals using internet Ministry of Informations, Communications and Technology
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) 6. Fixed telephone lines Ministry of Informations, Communications and Technology
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) 7. Internet subscription Ministry of Informations, Communications and Technology
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) 1. Number of documents to export Ministry of Industry,Trade and Cooperatives
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) 2. Number of Days to export Ministry of Industry,Trade and Cooperatives
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) 3. Costs to export Ministry of Industry,Trade and Cooperatives
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) 4. Number of documents to import Ministry of Industry,Trade and Cooperatives
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) 5. Number of Days to import Ministry of Industry,Trade and Cooperatives
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) 6. Costs to import Ministry of Industry,Trade and Cooperatives
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) Number of countries with bilateral agricultural trade related agreements (NTA) Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) Number of countries with visa free entry (NVF) Ministry of Interior and Coordination of Government
5.2i Trade Facilitation Index (TFI) Number of countries with visa on arrival (VA). Ministry of Interior and Coordination of Government
5.2ii Domestic Food Price Volatility Index (CV) Monthly domestic Food Price Level Index using monthly consumer and general food price indices Ministry of Industry,Trade and Cooperatives
5.2ii Domestic Food Price Volatility Index (CV) Monthly domestic Food Price Level Index using monthly consumer and general food price indices Ministry of Industry,Trade and Cooperatives
INDICATORS DATA REQUIRED FOR INDICATOR MINISTRY STATUS
6.1i Percentage of farm, pastoral, and fisher households that are resilient to climate and weather related shocks (tRAgHh) Total number of farm, pastoral, and fisher households Ministry of Devolution and Planning
6.1i Percentage of farm, pastoral, and fisher households that are resilient to climate and weather related shocks (tRAgHh) Data from resilience analysis in the country for analysing household resilience trought the FAO's RIMA model, can be used to estimate the number of households that are resilient to climate variability and related risks. Ministry of Devolution and Planning
6.1i Percentage of farm, pastoral, and fisher households that are resilient to climate and weather related shocks (tRAgHh) With the RIMA model, a resilient household is appreciated through the household resilience index, R Ministry of Devolution and Planning
6.1i Percentage of farm, pastoral, and fisher households that are resilient to climate and weather related shocks (tRAgHh) Latent variables to estimate a household resilience R , include: Access to Basic Social services (ABS i ) The National Treasury and Planning
6.1i Percentage of farm, pastoral, and fisher households that are resilient to climate and weather related shocks (tRAgHh) Agricultural Assets (AA ) Ministry of Devolution and Planning
6.1i Percentage of farm, pastoral, and fisher households that are resilient to climate and weather related shocks (tRAgHh) Non-Agricultural Assets (NAA i ) Ministry of Devolution and Planning
6.1i Percentage of farm, pastoral, and fisher households that are resilient to climate and weather related shocks (tRAgHh) Income and Food Access (IFA) Ministry of Devolution and Planning
6.1i Percentage of farm, pastoral, and fisher households that are resilient to climate and weather related shocks (tRAgHh) Enabling Institutional Environment (EIE) The National Treasury and Planning
6.1i Percentage of farm, pastoral, and fisher households that are resilient to climate and weather related shocks (tRAgHh) Agricultural Practice and Technology (APT); Ministry of Devolution and Planning
6.1i Percentage of farm, pastoral, and fisher households that are resilient to climate and weather related shocks (tRAgHh) Social Safety Nets (SSN) The National Treasury and Planning
6.1i Percentage of farm, pastoral, and fisher households that are resilient to climate and weather related shocks (tRAgHh) Climate Change (CC Ministry of Devolution and Planning
6.1i Percentage of farm, pastoral, and fisher households that are resilient to climate and weather related shocks (tRAgHh) Sensitivity (S) Ministry of Devolution and Planning
6.1i Percentage of farm, pastoral, and fisher households that are resilient to climate and weather related shocks (tRAgHh) Adaptive Capacity (AC Ministry of Devolution and Planning
6.1ii Share of agriculture land under sustainable land management practices (SSLM) Identifed agriculture areas in the country under each SLM practice, ASLM Ministry of Lands and Physical Planning Ministry of Devolution and Planning
6.1ii Share of agriculture land under sustainable land management practices (SSLM) Identified agriculture areas of the country, Aaj Ministry of Devolution and Planning
6.2 Existence of government budget-lines to respond to spending needs on resilience building initiatives (EIRB) Identified agriculture areas of the country, Aaj Ministry of Devolution and Planning
6.2 Existence of government budget-lines to respond to spending needs on resilience building initiatives (EIRB) Availability of well functioning and funded Disaster Risk Management institutions and No. of vulnerable households served by social protection schemes; Ministry of Devolution and Planning
6.2 Existence of government budget-lines to respond to spending needs on resilience building initiatives (EIRB) Number of households covered by weather based index insurance schemes, z, - Total number of households, Z Ministry of Devolution and Planning
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