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Summary of conclusions, RPCA virtual meeting, 2 April 2020

Summary of conclusions, RPCA virtual meeting, 2 April 2020 Download

Published : April 2020

Covid-19 risks overshadowing and compounding the already severe food and nutrition crisis in the Sahel and West Africa. Several tens of millions of people are threatened. The region’s stability could be at risk. This is one of the key messages of the RPCA Summary of Conclusions from its virtual meeting of 2 April 2020, which brought together more than 200 participants from across the globe. The videoconference focused on the agricultural, food and nutrition situation, validation of the Cadre harmonisé results as well as implementation of national response plans. Members also took stock of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the food and nutrition situation in the region.

Countries : CILSS area, ECOWAS area, UEMOA area

Themes : Agriculture & Value chains, Food security, Livestock & Pastoralism, Markets, prices & trade, Nutrition, Resilience, Social protection

Scale : Regional (West Africa), Global

Langs : English, French

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