Nigeria Policy, Monitoring Systems Analysis and Stakeholder Mapping Report


This report presents the summary of the findings of three EatSafe sub-activities to inform the design and implementation of appropriate intervention activities to enable lasting improvements in the safety of nutritious foods in traditional markets in Nigeria. This report consolidates three EatSafe reviews, including:

  1. The review of existing food safety policy documents evaluated the content, scope, structure, and institutional landscape of existing food safety policies, identified gaps in the national food safety policy and its implementation strategy, and provided recommendations for strengthening the policy and its implementation strategy.
  2. The assessment of food safety legislation and efforts evaluated the formally adopted legislation and its implementation, together with an analysis of the extent they meet or fail to meet current needs, challenges and requirements for the production and sale of safe food in Nigeria. The assessment included recommendations to enable a more efficient food safety system in Nigeria that leads to improved public health and enhanced trade in food commodities.
  3. The food safety stakeholder mapping exercise identified and categorised stakeholders relevant to the Kebbi region into different groups and interests. A stakeholder list was generated that EatSafe will use to engage stakeholders throughout the project implementation. 

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