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Resilience: four examples from The Gambia

The exercise of capitalising on and sharing experiences and good practices about resilience is continuing, five years after the Global Alliance for Resilience’s (AGIR) regional roadmap was adopted. Following Niger and Senegal, The Gambia shares its achievements and examples of success stories. The smallest West African country has adopted its National Resilience Priorities (NRP-AGIR) and is committed to eradicating hunger by 2030. Several development projects in the food and agriculture sectors have been launched. The results are encouraging at the Gambian scale.

Author/s:

Sahel and West Africa Club Secretariat (SWAC/OECD), in collaboration with the Senegal-based Raceco group

Countries – Regions: Gambia

Themes: Agriculture & Value chains, Employment, Food security, Gender, Markets, prices & trade, Resilience, Water

Scale: Local, National

Langs: English

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