IGAD-FAO Partnership Programme (PP) on Building Resilience for (Agro-) Pastoralist Communities
IGAD and FAO will jointly contribute to build resilience of communities in the Horn of Africa’s cross-border areas by addressing marketing and trade, transboundary animal diseases and natural resources management. It will also contribute to strengthen the capacity of IGAD specialized agencies to lead the regional agenda for the improvement of cross-border pastoral livelihoods.
Horn von Afrika
Landwirtschaft und Ernährungssicherheit
Klimawandel & Umwelt
Finanzdienstleistungen im Landwirtschaftssektor
- Communities in drought- and conflict-affected cross-border ASAL areas. Vulnerable groups (women, children and youth, elderly & disabled people) are primary targets.
- Formal / informal groups such as CBOs, farmer/pastoralist associations & cooperatives are among the direct beneficiaries.
- Actors involved in policy analysis and implementation. These include public institutions of Member States, and in particular decentralized government units (counties, woredas, and districts).
- Private sector enterprises especially Small and Medium Enterprises; Public-Private-Partnerships.
- IGAD specialised institutions (ICPALD, ICPAC, CEWARN, ISTVS).
- Cross-border communities have enhanced trade opportunities, improved access and control over natural resources, and increased productive capacity.
- Regional resilience-related policy gaps and priorities are identified and addressed.
- Access to evidence-based analysis and information leads to improved regional and cross-border development investment decisions.
- IGAD’s specialized institutions are able to more effectively deliver their mandate.
- Communities develop NRM investment plans and proposals and have the capacity to deliver on those plans. Plans are financed and implemented.
- Policy gaps and opportunities are identified, analyzed and prioritized. Regional thematic policies are reformulated and developed to address emerging priority gaps.
- Quality information is produced and is available for a wide stakeholders’ group. Information is produced, lessons learnt and good practices in cross border areas are shared.
- IGAD’s specialized institutions (ICPALD, ICPAC, CEWARN, ISTVS) strengthened to contribute to developing regional capacity and knowledge on resilience.
- Food and Agricultural Organisation
- Research Organisation of South East
Over 30% of the inhabitants of the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands in the Horn of Africa are pastoralists who depend on livestock for their livelihoods. Their livelihoods and related natural resources have been badly affected by frequent droughts, conflicts, insecurity, overgrazing, bush encroachment, and longstanding marginalization, exposing them to vulnerability and susceptibility to shocks. This is further aggravated by unfavorable policies, poor quality of and access to services and infrastructure, and low investments.
Enhanced resilience to drought resulting in improved food and nutrition security of communities and households in ASAL.
Resultate von früheren Phasen:
During the opening phase, the ground wa set for the Partnership Programme. Consultations with stakeholders have taken place, key staff has been identified, and options to set up a Multi-Donor Trust Fund have been examined.
Ausländische Hochschul- und Forschungsinstitution
Internationale oder ausländische Nichtregierungsorganisation
Organisation der Vereinten Nationen (UNO)
|Koordination mit anderen Projekten und Akteuren||
Coordination with the FAO “Institutionalization of the Field School approach” project.
|Budget||Laufende Phase Schweizer Beitrag CHF 11'500'000 Bereits ausgegebenes Schweizer Budget CHF 7'149'986|
|Projektphasen||Phase 1 01.06.2014 - 31.12.2020 (Laufende Phase)|