The BAGC Partnership is registered as an Association under Mozambican law, with a broad-based, private and public sector membership, farmer organisations, service provider and policy maker / enabler stakeholders. Within this, the membership has elected a representative Board to oversee the implementation of the Partnership’s objectives, comprising a sub-set of the most actively engaged stakeholders. The Board of Directors are drawn from each of the main constituents of the Partnership:

The BAGC Secretariat is based within the Corridor provides a platform for the coordination and facilitation of operational support for the work of the partnership. The specific tasks are:

  • Act as the focal point of coordination, planning of the BAGC development, bringing new partners into the partnership, and ensuring coherence in the activities, components, and strategies of collaborating partners.
  • Provide an overview of partners, potential partners, activities, and new trends in policies and sector developments and communicate these across the partnership.
  • Link the Agricultural Sector Lead Ministries and relevant parastatal bodies
  • Facilitate contact between donor organizations and their programmes, commercial agribusiness enterprises and local authorities for coordination of resources around specific BAGC investments
  • Develop new models for the support and integration of smallholder farming into mainstream commercial agriculture
  • Establish the criteria and subsequently carry out monitoring/evaluation of partnership activities.