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Emergency Agriculture Projects Do They Work and How Do We Know?

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, Join us to discuss the quality of evidence about the impact that emergency agriculture interventions have on livelihoods. The SEADS coordinator .. Read more will present the results of the recent SEADS evidence reviews and explain the main reason so many documents were  categorized as “weak.” An expert panel will then explore why the evidence is lacking in the emergency agriculture sector and what the community can do about it. Join us to discuss the quality of evidence about the impact that emergency agriculture interventions have on livelihoods. The SEADS coordinator will present the results of the recent SEADS evidence reviews and explain the main reason so many documents were  categorized as “weak.”. This post explores what factors contribute to incidences of gender-based violence in agribusiness and what policy steps can be taken to address them. This blog was written by Sulav Paudel and was originally posted on Compass, the OIRED blog. Long hours, intense physical labor, volatile market prices, low pay, and uncertainties: who would.

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