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Lessons learned

This area provides a selection of the most relevant lessons learned.

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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 [...]
Author/Source: World Food Programme, Food Security Cluster
Following the release of the resilience analysis focused on the Republic of Sudan, the FAO Resilience Analysis and Policies (RAP) team has developed a brief to concisely and clearly provide the [...]
Author/Source: FAO
Country: Sudan
This publication presents the key findings pertaining to the region, contained in FAO’s State of Food Insecurity in the World 2015 (SOFI) report. In providing a brief snapshot of the [...]
Author/Source: FAO
Region: Africa
There are concerns that increasing women’s engagement in agriculture could have a negative effect on nutrition because it limits the time available for nutrition-improving reproductive work. However, very few empirical [...]
Author/Source: Hitomi Komatsu, Hazel Jean L. Malapit, Sophie Theis, IFPRI
This technical report focuses on methodologies used for estimation of a crop area and crop yield under mixed and continuous cropping. It provides a review of the literature on methodologies [...]
Author/Source: GSARS
This report has been prepared by Regional Integrated Multi-Hazard Early-warning System (RIMES), as part of its collaboration with the CGIAR research program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (FFAS) [...]
Author/Source: Ruby Rose Policarpio, Michael Sheinkman - CGIAR, RIMES
Country: Myanmar
This study from FAO aims to help fill the current knowledge gap on the nature and magnitude of impacts of disasters triggered by natural hazards on the agriculture sector and its [...]
Author/Source: FAO
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