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Adapting to an Urban World - Lessons Learned, Gaps and Priorities

In 2014, the Adapting to an Urban World project was developed in order to modify assessment methods and tools for urban contexts. By 2016, with a completed desk review and 5 country case studies, the project has compiled a variety of lessons and recommendations.

This document is intended for humanitarian practitioners engaged in urban assessments, researchers working on urban specific issues, and donors developing or refining urban strategies.

A stock taking exercise has been conducted to consolidate the lessons and to identify gaps and priorities. These have been organised by technical area, and resulted in a number of priority action points.

World Food Programme, Food Security Cluster
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