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Niger: National Resilience Priorities (NRP-AGIR)

Niger: National Resilience Priorities (NRP-AGIR) Download

Published : March 2015

By joining the Global Alliance for Resilience (AGIR), Niger decided to implement the roadmap adopted in April 2013, through the 3N Initiative “Nigeriens Feed Nigeriens”. AGIR therefore builds on Niger’s ongoing efforts in the area of ​​food and nutrition security and sustainable agricultural development conducted under the 3N Initiative, notably by helping to strengthen its “resilience” dimension in connection with vulnerability to recurrent shocks. Niger’s “National Resilience Priorities” document is the result of an inclusive and participatory process that lasted 18 months. It draws on the contribution of all categories of actors, in particular the sectoral and cross-sectoral technical ministries concerned and their decentralised services, representatives of agricultural producers’ organisations, national and international NGOs, civil society organisations, the private sector, local authorities, and technical and financial partners. The Office of the High Commissioner to the 3N Initiative (HC3N) co-ordinated the process. Niger’s NRP-AGIR document was adopted at a national validation workshop on 20 March 2015.

Authors : Government of Niger

Countries : Niger

Themes : Agriculture & Value chains, Climate change & Adapation, Food security, Markets, prices & trade, Nutrition, Resilience, Social protection

Scale : National

Langs : French

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