Reforms have been necessary each time to enable the agricultural sector to support the economic and social development of our country. In order to make our country emerge, a program to revitalize and modernize the agricultural sector is set up. The NAIP is the agricultural sector stimulus program. It revolves around four strategic objectives that are: Food security and sovereignty; Sustainable management of cash and export crops; Private sector engagement through increased investment; Agricultural governance in terms of agricultural sector reforms, restructuring of agricultural professional organizations and the implementation of the law on rural land. OBJECTIVES OF NAIP The NAIP aims to: Revive agricultural growth at a rate of 9% per year with, in particular: an annual growth rate for food crops estimated at 6.8%; an annual growth rate for cash crops set at 7.6%; an annual growth rate for animal resources set at 3%; a forest cover rate set at 20%. Contribute to the reduction of poverty; Create 2,400,000 jobs over the five-year period of implementation of the NAIP; reduce food insecurity with the aim of lifting 6 to 7 million people out of food insecurity; Transform at least 50% of agricultural products locally. The PNIA is estimated at 2,040 billion CFA francs in 2012-2016 with: State investments and technical and financial partners (TFP) estimated at 40% to develop agricultural infrastructure, improve governance in the sector and finance structuring projects. investments from the private sector of 60% to intensify production, develop local processing of products and improve marketing channels.