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The Restoration Initiative: 2021 Year in Review









IUCN, FAO and UNEP. 2022. The Restoration Initiative: 2021 Year in Review. Rome. 




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    2022 marks The Restoration Initiative’s (TRI) fourth full year of implementation. While the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic still lingers across the world, including for TRI partners, the year was full of successes for programmatic objectives. As travel restrictions were lifted and further collaboration was made possible, TRI partners were able to coordinate to achieve cross-programmatic goals and learn from one another. Just as 2020 and 2021 were full of transitions and “new normals”, 2022 provided a new opportunity for all TRI partners and implementing organizations to re-emphasize the need for locally led restoration, community engagement and renewed perspective.
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    This document is a collection of briefs on countries in which food security has been affected by conflict and other crises. Here is an overview of some key numbers: people in conflict affected states are up to three times more likely to be undernourished than those who are living in more stable developing countries. The most recent projections suggest that approximately half of the global poor now live in states characterized by conflict and violence. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) have a strong interest, and a potentially important role to play, in supporting transitions towards peace.
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    L’année 2022 marque l’achèvement de la quatrième année complète de mise en œuvre de l’Initiative pour la restauration (TRI). Malgré la persistance de la pandémie de covid-19 dans le monde entier, dont les répercussions n’ont pas épargné les partenaires TRI, de nombreux objectifs du programme ont été atteints. Avec la levée des restrictions de déplacement, la collaboration a pu reprendre, et les partenaires TRI se sont coordonnés pour accomplir les objectifs transversaux du programme et apprendre les uns des autres. À l’instar des années 2020 et 2021 qui ont apporté transitions et «nouvelle normalité», 2022 a été l’occasion pour l’ensemble des partenaires et des organismes de mise en œuvre de TRI de se recentrer sur les impératifs que sont la conduite locale de la restauration, le dialogue avec les communautés et le changement de perspective.
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    The Restoration Initiative: 2022 Year in Review 2023
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    2022 marks The Restoration Initiative’s (TRI) fourth full year of implementation. While the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic still lingers across the world, including for TRI partners, the year was full of successes for programmatic objectives. As travel restrictions were lifted and further collaboration was made possible, TRI partners were able to coordinate to achieve cross-programmatic goals and learn from one another. Just as 2020 and 2021 were full of transitions and “new normals”, 2022 provided a new opportunity for all TRI partners and implementing organizations to re-emphasize the need for locally led restoration, community engagement and renewed perspective.
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    Monitoring food security in countries with conflict situations: A joint FAO/WFP update for the United Nations Security Council (July 2016)
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    This document is a collection of briefs on countries in which food security has been affected by conflict and other crises. Here is an overview of some key numbers: people in conflict affected states are up to three times more likely to be undernourished than those who are living in more stable developing countries. The most recent projections suggest that approximately half of the global poor now live in states characterized by conflict and violence. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) have a strong interest, and a potentially important role to play, in supporting transitions towards peace.
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    L’Initiative pour la restauration: Revue annuelle 2022 2024
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    L’année 2022 marque l’achèvement de la quatrième année complète de mise en œuvre de l’Initiative pour la restauration (TRI). Malgré la persistance de la pandémie de covid-19 dans le monde entier, dont les répercussions n’ont pas épargné les partenaires TRI, de nombreux objectifs du programme ont été atteints. Avec la levée des restrictions de déplacement, la collaboration a pu reprendre, et les partenaires TRI se sont coordonnés pour accomplir les objectifs transversaux du programme et apprendre les uns des autres. À l’instar des années 2020 et 2021 qui ont apporté transitions et «nouvelle normalité», 2022 a été l’occasion pour l’ensemble des partenaires et des organismes de mise en œuvre de TRI de se recentrer sur les impératifs que sont la conduite locale de la restauration, le dialogue avec les communautés et le changement de perspective.
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    The Restoration Initiative: 2022 Year in Review 2023
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    2022 marks The Restoration Initiative’s (TRI) fourth full year of implementation. While the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic still lingers across the world, including for TRI partners, the year was full of successes for programmatic objectives. As travel restrictions were lifted and further collaboration was made possible, TRI partners were able to coordinate to achieve cross-programmatic goals and learn from one another. Just as 2020 and 2021 were full of transitions and “new normals”, 2022 provided a new opportunity for all TRI partners and implementing organizations to re-emphasize the need for locally led restoration, community engagement and renewed perspective.
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    Monitoring food security in countries with conflict situations: A joint FAO/WFP update for the United Nations Security Council (July 2016)
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    This document is a collection of briefs on countries in which food security has been affected by conflict and other crises. Here is an overview of some key numbers: people in conflict affected states are up to three times more likely to be undernourished than those who are living in more stable developing countries. The most recent projections suggest that approximately half of the global poor now live in states characterized by conflict and violence. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) have a strong interest, and a potentially important role to play, in supporting transitions towards peace.
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    L’Initiative pour la restauration: Revue annuelle 2022 2024
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    L’année 2022 marque l’achèvement de la quatrième année complète de mise en œuvre de l’Initiative pour la restauration (TRI). Malgré la persistance de la pandémie de covid-19 dans le monde entier, dont les répercussions n’ont pas épargné les partenaires TRI, de nombreux objectifs du programme ont été atteints. Avec la levée des restrictions de déplacement, la collaboration a pu reprendre, et les partenaires TRI se sont coordonnés pour accomplir les objectifs transversaux du programme et apprendre les uns des autres. À l’instar des années 2020 et 2021 qui ont apporté transitions et «nouvelle normalité», 2022 a été l’occasion pour l’ensemble des partenaires et des organismes de mise en œuvre de TRI de se recentrer sur les impératifs que sont la conduite locale de la restauration, le dialogue avec les communautés et le changement de perspective.

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