The webinar will analyze current and future challenges to reducing vulnerability and increasing resilience in the drylands of Sub-Saharan Africa; Identify promising interventions and strategies that can enhance the resilience of the millions of households that depend on traditional livelihood strategies, such as livestock-keeping and farming as well as putting in place safety nets.
webinar is the first event of a mini-series on Forecast-based Financing.
It presented the latest developments in FAO's Early Warning Early Action work.
This is a handbook written by staff. It recounts staff
experience as told in the first person and documented in evaluations. As such,
it seeks to reap the benefits of the EU's rich experience in situations of conflict and fragility.
Tools and Methods Series, Reference Document No 17Version June, 2015
The pursuit of gender equality and women’s empowerment is essential in crisis situations. A strong body of evidence exists that hunger and rural poverty can be reduced when gender equality is factored into programming. This webinar will discuss policy responses and programming measures aimed at gender equality, based on FAO experiences in different protracted crises contexts.
The publication "Operationalising the EU Strategic Approach to Resilience" presents eight practical case studies from which EU development practitioners and policymakers can learn – and thereby deepen their knowledge and understanding of how to implement resilience in various contexts, including fragile and conflict-affected contexts.
Version November, 2017
The document focuses on the extent to which the Resilience Systems Analysis added value in improving analysis, strategy and programming and in supporting the achievement of Sweden’s post-2015 commitments. It also assesses the extent to which the framework complements other tools and approaches within Sida and the extent to which the methodology itself is ‘fit for purpose’.
Learning & recommendations report
Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis II, RIMA-II: what's new?
Speaker Marco d'Errico
The webinar will present
the concept and rationale behind risk informed and shock responsive social
protection systems, building on FAO position
paper “Social Protection and Resilience Building: Supporting Livelihoods in
Protracted Crises, Fragile and Humanitarian Contexts” developed in
partnership with the support of the institute for development studies
This webinar was recorded on August 2nd 2016.
Speaker : Natalia Winder-rossi