Experts on agriculture, from Africa, Europe and Asia
The Malabo Montpellier Panel is a group of international agriculture experts who guide policy choices that accelerate progress towards food security and improved nutrition in Africa. It provides high-quality research to equip decision makers to effectively implement policies and programs that benefit smallholder farmers.
Working towards poverty reduction goals
The Malabo Declaration, adopted by 54 African governments in 2014, commits signatory countries to halve the number of people in poverty by 2025 through inclusive agricultural growth that creates job opportunities for young people and women.
Facilitating dialogue between stakeholders
The annual Malabo Montpellier Forum convenes decision makers to assess strategies for meeting global agriculture and food security goals. Dialogue between the Panel, key stakeholders, NGOs and the private sector promotes the sharing of research across borders.