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June 2018
Rajendra Aryal
Senior Coordinator, Strategic Programme on Resilience
Food and Agriculture Organization of the Un...
The State of Food Security and Nutrition
in the World 2017 (SOFI)
The number of
undernourished has
been on the rise
since ...
The State of Food Security and Nutrition
in the World 2017 (SOFI)
The majority of
chronically
food-insecure
people live in...
Key figures
O
N
• 124 million people across 51 countries
facing Crisis (IPC/CH Phase 3) food insecurity
or worse
• An incr...
O
N
South Sudan
• Declaration of famine: February 2017
• 2017 – peak in hunger – 6.1 million
people in Crisis food securit...
FOODINSECURITYSHORTTERMOUTLOOKFOR2018
O
N
Why agriculture?
Farmers clear a land with a tool donated by FAO at the community garden in Dolnoon, Aweil South, South Su...
Agriculture is remarkably
resilient
75% of rural families in Syria continue
producing their own food
2 million tonnes of c...
Agriculture contributing to sustaining peace
And improving relationships between host
and displaced communities
Syrian refugee in Turkey taking part in FAO agricultura...
Humanitarian assistance is CRITICAL but not
sufficient on its own – hunger is rising!
Humanitarian action to address immed...
UN Security Council Resolution #2417 (2018)
• “Recalls the link between armed conflict and violence and conflict-induced f...
Global Report on Food Crises:
Providing technically-sound analysis of
acute food insecurity to inform
programming at the H...
O
N
Global Network Against Food Crises
• WHS - May 2016: launched by EU Commissioners, FAO DG and WFP ED to
enhance the im...
O
N
Humanitarian and
development
programming
O
N
Rome-based Agencies
Resilience Initiative
• Recurrent and protracted crises
prevent the most vulnerable people
to move...
O
N
Rome-based Agencies in
Niger
• WFP – Food-for-assets, restoring
pasture, water infrastructure
• FAO – food diversifica...
O
N
FAO, WFP, UNICEF in
Somalia
• WFP – safety nets
• FAO – focus on production
• UNICEF – access to basic services
June 2018
Rajendra Aryal
Senior Coordinator, Strategic Programme on Resilience
Food and Agriculture Organization of the Un...
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Brussels Briefing 51: Rajendra K. Aryal "Agriculture as a way to bridge the humanitarian–development–peace divide in fragile contexts"

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The next Brussels Development Briefing no. 51 on ”Agriculture as an engine of economic reconstruction and development in fragile countries ” took place on 27 June 2018 from 09h00 to 13h00, ACP Secretariat, Brussels 451 Avenue Georges Henri, 1200 Brussels. This Briefing was organised by the ACP-EU Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA), in collaboration with the European Commission / DEVCO, the ACP Secretariat, and CONCORD.

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Brussels Briefing 51: Rajendra K. Aryal "Agriculture as a way to bridge the humanitarian–development–peace divide in fragile contexts"

  1. 1. June 2018 Rajendra Aryal Senior Coordinator, Strategic Programme on Resilience Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Agriculture as a means to bridge the humanitarian-development- peace divide in fragile contexts
  2. 2. The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2017 (SOFI) The number of undernourished has been on the rise since 2014, reaching 815 million people in 2016
  3. 3. The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2017 (SOFI) The majority of chronically food-insecure people live in countries affected by conflict
  4. 4. Key figures O N • 124 million people across 51 countries facing Crisis (IPC/CH Phase 3) food insecurity or worse • An increase of 11 million more people in the 45 countries analyzed in both 2017 and 2018 report • 52 million children under-5 acutely malnourished • 17 million children under-5 severely malnourished Main causes • New outbreaks and intensified conflict & insecurity e.g. Yemen, Northeast Nigeria, Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan and Myanmar • Consecutive climate shocks affecting livestock and agricultural production e.g. eastern and southern Africa
  5. 5. O N South Sudan • Declaration of famine: February 2017 • 2017 – peak in hunger – 6.1 million people in Crisis food security (IPC Phase 3) and worse (June/July) • 2018 – 7.1 million people will likely be in Crisis food security and worse (May/July) • 2017 – people in Catastrophe (IPC Phase 5) declined from 100 000 (Feb.) to 40 000 (Sep.) • 2018 – people in Catastrophe likely to rise (155 000 people) – but NO area classified as Famine
  6. 6. FOODINSECURITYSHORTTERMOUTLOOKFOR2018 O N
  7. 7. Why agriculture? Farmers clear a land with a tool donated by FAO at the community garden in Dolnoon, Aweil South, South Sudan 124 million people are facing severe food insecurity 8 of 10 people rely on crop production, fishing, livestock and forests for their survival
  8. 8. Agriculture is remarkably resilient 75% of rural families in Syria continue producing their own food 2 million tonnes of cereals were produced in Syria in 2017 – about half the annual production before the crisis – despite 7 years of conflict Farmers in Syria harvest wheat during the 2017 season
  9. 9. Agriculture contributing to sustaining peace
  10. 10. And improving relationships between host and displaced communities Syrian refugee in Turkey taking part in FAO agricultural skills training
  11. 11. Humanitarian assistance is CRITICAL but not sufficient on its own – hunger is rising! Humanitarian action to address immediate needs And simultaneously, Development and peace building interventions to address the root causes of food insecurity, prevent conflict/return to conflict and contribute to sustainable peace
  12. 12. UN Security Council Resolution #2417 (2018) • “Recalls the link between armed conflict and violence and conflict-induced food insecurity and the threat of famine, and calls on all parties to armed conflict to comply with their obligations under international humanitarian law regarding respecting and protecting civilians and taking constant care to spare civilian objects, including objects necessary for food production and distribution” • “food insecurity can be drivers of forced displacement, and, conversely, forced displacement in countries in armed conflict can have a devastating impact on agricultural production and livelihoods”
  13. 13. Global Report on Food Crises: Providing technically-sound analysis of acute food insecurity to inform programming at the Humanitarian- Development-Peace nexus Who? 12 global and regional partners providing joint food security and nutrition analysis under the umbrella of the Food Security Information Network Working together - From Analysis to Consensus Building and Coordination
  14. 14. O N Global Network Against Food Crises • WHS - May 2016: launched by EU Commissioners, FAO DG and WFP ED to enhance the impact of prevention and response action to food crises. • Long term vision: promote synergies and coordination to address food crises along the Humanitarian-Development-Peace nexus, including promoting joint programming to achieve collective outcomes. • Partnerships and advocacy at the highest levels to address rising hunger through effective resilience interventions based on sound analysis. • 1st achievement: Global Report on Food Crises to provide evidence for decision making and resource allocations.
  15. 15. O N Humanitarian and development programming
  16. 16. O N Rome-based Agencies Resilience Initiative • Recurrent and protracted crises prevent the most vulnerable people to move out of food insecurity • Multi-year funding allows the RBAs to jointly provide sustained support by ⁻ strengthening livelihoods ⁻ building resilience to shocks ⁻ simultaneously protecting food and nutrition needs
  17. 17. O N Rome-based Agencies in Niger • WFP – Food-for-assets, restoring pasture, water infrastructure • FAO – food diversification, farmer field schools, good nutrition and agricultural practices • IFAD – investing in rural infrastructure
  18. 18. O N FAO, WFP, UNICEF in Somalia • WFP – safety nets • FAO – focus on production • UNICEF – access to basic services
  19. 19. June 2018 Rajendra Aryal Senior Coordinator, Strategic Programme on Resilience Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Agriculture as a means to bridge the humanitarian-development- peace divide in fragile contexts

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