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2013

Household recovery reinforcement and support to Emergency Response Coordination in the Niger

Niger

Titre : Household recovery reinforcement and support to Emergency Response Coordination in the Niger

Pays /Région : Niger

Localisation  : Dosso, Tahoua and Zinder regions.

Code du projet : OSRO/NER/302/USA

Durée : 01/01/2013 - 31/03/2014

Présentation

Objectifs : To meet the needs of comprehensive situation analysis, appropriate targeting and information sharing to reinforce FAO’s response to crises and vulnerable households’ recovery.

Activités : The following activities were carried out : •regional household food security meetings to feed into the food situation analysis and needs evaluation ; •joint field missions with food security and nutrition partners, including national and decentralized governmental structures for joint programming for resilience ; •training and improvement of understanding of farmers, extension agents and community leaders in cropping techniques and best nutrition practices, multinutritive block production for animal feed supplementation during the lean season ; •regular FSC meetings to share information/activities and ensure better coordination of food security interventions ; and •monitoring and evaluation of activities.

Mots clés : NIGER, WESTERN AFRICA, RESOURCE PARTNERS, UNITED SATES

Bénéficiaires : Two staff members of the FAO suboffices, 72 livestock technicians, 62 farmers, 14 national staff members of the agriculture services and 12 staff members of the implementing partners received training on various topics.

Partenaires : The Ministry of Agriculture through its regional offices, the unit in charge of food crises and partner NGOs.

Financement : United States of America
Contribution : USD 500 001

Présentation : FAO

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