The African Growth and Development Policy Modeling Consortium is an initiative aimed at positioning African experts to take a leadership role in the study of strategic development questions and the broader agricultural growth and policy debate facing African countries.

AGRODEP Bulletin: Edition 4, Volume 3

The AGRODEP Bulletin is a publication that provides insight into major economic development issues in Africa. It presents research and capacity building activities undertaken by AGRODEP and announces the publication of new economic data and statistics on Africa. You can read the current issue and previous issues of the Bulletin in the Bulletin archives.

2014 Call for Competitive Grant Proposals: Gaps in Research
AGRODEP has launched its 2014 grant season with a competitive call for proposals for the Gaps in Research Grant. The theme of this call is "Using Trade for Development." This call is open to the public. Proposals must be submitted via electronic application by September 12.
Supply & Demand Elasticities Toolbox
The Supply and Demand Elasticities Toolbox is the latest addition to the AGRODEP Model Library. This toolbox provides code and data files to estimate supply and demand elasticities and is an accompaniment to Technical Note 10. AGRODEP Toolboxes and Models are available to AGRODEP members only. 
RATIN East Africa Border Flow Data
The Regional Agricultural Trade Intellegence Network (RATIN) features early market and trade information for five East African countries, including AGRODEP's featured country of the month: Burundi. The project was started as a collaboration between FEWS NET, RATES, and EAGC in an effort to provide improved market information. The data covers several crops including beans, maize, rice, sorghum, and millet.


4 Aug, 2014 - 12 Sep, 2014

The African Growth and Development Policy (AGRODEP) Modeling Consortium is launching its 2014 grant season with a call for the Gaps in Research Grant. This is the third annual call for competitive grant proposals to support research on emerging issues in Africa. Proposals for this grant will be accepted from any researcher, regardless of AGRODEP membership status. Later this fall, a separate grant opportunity will be launched for AGRODEP members only.

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