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The partnership has a first institutional goal looking for a rational use of resources at regional and local level. Formal responsibilities are shared among the actors involved in development in the zones of intervention, according to comparative advantages demonstrated for each.

A second objective is related to the sustainability of development undertaken also to the integration and complementarity of strategies and development sectors at regional and local level. It also aims to meet the needs emanating from community development plans (PDC), which are highly diverse in mobilizing additional sources of funding.

The third objective seeks for the promotion of a basic development approach with communities, partners and consultation frameworks.

Indeed, partnership mechanisms have become an important part of API, mostly through direct involvement of other development actors (government and NGOs) in preparation, financing and implementation of PDC and the use of regional and local authorities to validate the process and ensure the operation.

Relied on partnership mechanisms in place, regional councils (CR) and local development councils (CLD) serve as consultation frameworks for regional and local administrations, systematically validate and ensure the participation of all partners in the preparation, financing and implementation of PDC. This advice function is carried through bilateral agreements with ODESYPANO and will be soon strengthened by a framework agreement with principal concerned ministries.

A long-term Institutional capacity for Agricultural group and fisheries development association (GDAP) is also an important factor for the sustainability of ODESYPANO achievements. The strengthening of these associations will be an objective key for ODESYPANO project. The Ministry of Agriculture has already launched roundtables to adopt the legal status of GDAP and their future requirements.

The partnership covers all regional and local actors (administration governorates, regional technical services, DGF, OLB, ADL, NGO ...) and focused on refinement and operationalization of cooperation mechanisms related primarily to the adoption of approach to planning, monitoring, evaluation and fluid exchange of information on the implementation, programming and budgeting.