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Chad: National Resilience Priorities 2016-21

Chad: National Resilience Priorities 2016-21 Download

Published : April 2016

Within the Global Alliance for Resilience (AGIR), Chad launched on 20 August 2014 an inclusive dialogue process for the elaboration of its national resilience priorities (NRP-AGIR). Chad’s NRP-AGIR report has four main sections: 1) analyse of the root causes of food and nutrition crises; 2) targets and vulnerable areas; 3) resilience priorities; 4) funding requirements. The analysis identified some 800 000 chronically vulnerable households (or 4.2 million people). The implementation of the NRP-AGIR should translate into a boost for the implementation of agro-sylvo-pastoral and fisheries development projects, in the areas of social protection, nutrition and the governance of food and nutritional security. Chad’s NRP-AGIR report was adopted at a national validation workshop on 6 April 2016.

Authors : Government of Chad

Countries : Chad

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

Scale : National

Langs : French

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