The Common monitoring and evaluation framework (CMFE) is part of the European Commission’s commitment to improve the common agricultural policy (CAP). This framework has been designed to assess how well the CAP is achieving its three primary objectives of viable food production, sustainable management of natural resources and climate action, and balanced territorial development.
For this purpose, the Commission has published dashboards displaying the CAP objective at end of December 2018. The dashboards present key data via graphs and maps to get a better understanding of the CAP’s impact and role at the EU and national level. In line with this work, three new dashboards were recently published by the European Commission – Financing the CAP, EU added value, and Productivity of agriculture.
The dashboard shows CAP expenditure by instrument, sector and Member States. It highlights the progressive switch from price support to decoupled support, and the increasing focus on rural development and greening.
This dashboard shows data on the distribution of value added along the food supply chain at the EU level.
This dashboard provides information on productivity in the agricultural and food sectors. It displays various measurements of productivity, in particular total factor productivity and labour productivity. The EU support to productivity is included through gains and innovation via the European innovation partnership (EIP) as well as through investments for restructuring and modernisation in rural development.