The PARM process follows five phases in a given country: setting up of activities, risk assessment, policy dialogue, follow-up and implementation. The first substantial phase, which is the risk assessment phase, is built on a risk assessment study (RAS) that is discussed in a national ARM stakeholders’ workshop.
On the 14th June 2017, PARM collaborated with NEPAD and the Liberia Ministry of Agriculture to organise a National Stakeholder Workshop in Monrovia to present, discuss and validate findings from the RAS report for Liberia. Read this report for key outcomes from the workshop.
PARM (2017) “Liberia – Agricultural Risk Assessment Study Validation Workshop“. Main report and presentations from the RAS validation workshop in Liberia. Report prepared by Jallah Kennedy.