Estherine Fotabong: You are absolutely correct. Ten years of CAADP, when we did two years of consultation before we went to Malabo to have the Malabo decision on CAADP for the next ten years, one of the key issues that came out was the issue of inter-ministerial coordination and the need to have a multi-sectoral approach to addressing the issue of agriculture. For this particular topic that we are discussing—women, climate change and agriculture—we have the minister of agriculture, minister of environment, minister of women’s affairs or gender. What we are doing in this programme to ensure coordination is to establish a platform that brings together these key ministries, but also the key stakeholders, who are the women and farmers as well as civil society. So we have a broader platform that brings together all the stakeholders in for planning, for reporting back on this programme, and for accountability so that the stakeholders will ask themselves the question—on the issue of land use and land management, which sometimes the minister of the environment will take the lead—what did you do? On the issue of providing inputs—fertilisers and all of that—to the women, what did the ministry of agriculture do? On the issue of empowering and helping women’s groups to form themselves into organised communities, cooperatives or something else, what did the ministry of agriculture do and what did the ministry for gender do? So that platform is a platform where they assign themselves different roles. It is a common differentiated responsibility that all these ministries have vis-à-vis empowering women smallholder farmers to have productive activities on the ground. We hope that this platform will help to bring better coordination of these three ministries and even more—because, again, when we are talking about agriculture, climate change and women one of the key issues is technology. So we might have to bring in the ministry of science and technology to come in and participate. We might need skills. This mechanism is structured at different levels. At the national level where you have the ministries sitting at headquarters, at the level of the provinces and districts where you have the departments sitting together and jointly planning and agreeing on their activities and their respective roles for supporting women we think will really help. It is a problem and has always been a problem, and we need to try to make sure it is addressed. Now we are looking at a next generation of implementation.