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Lessons learned

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

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WFP is implementing voice surveys in eastern DRC and central Somalia to collect food security data. In each country, operators place calls every month to displaced people living in camps. The information [...]
Author/Source: Jean-Martin Bauer, Marie Enlund, Silvia Passeri, Lucia Casarin
This research explores the interrelationships among rainfall variability, food and livelihood security, and human mobility in a diverse set of research sites in eight countries in Asia, Africa and Latin [...]
Author/Source: CARE; United Nations University
The increase of frequent and intense shocks is considered as one of the main reasons for focusing attention and investments on building resilience for food and nutrition security. This paper [...]
Author/Source: Laura Zseleczky, Sivan Yosef - IFPRI
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Working Group II’s final report on Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability, analyses how impacts and risks related to climate change can be reduced and [...]
Author/Source: IPCC
The humanitarian and political environment of South Sudan illustrates a strong demand for major actions to address food security challenges by supporting evidence based Food and Nutrition Security (FNS) decision-making [...]
Author/Source: FSIN
Country: South Sudan
  Thanks to increasingly widespread access to mobile telephony, many survey respondents can now be contacted through their mobile phones, offering the possibility of much cheaper, faster and more timely data [...]
Author/Source: Jean-Martin Bauer, Marie Enlund and Silvia Passeri, WFP Rome, and Koffi Akakpo, WFP DRC
The long term consequences of gender based violence, if not addressed specifically in national plans or poverty reduction strategy plans, can undermine the achievement of the MDGs. Undoubtedly, addressing gender [...]
Author/Source: Irish Joint Consortium on Gender Based Violence
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