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Ukraine: Impact of the war on agriculture and rural livelihoods in Ukraine

Findings of a nation-wide rural household survey, December 2022









FAO. 2022. Ukraine: Impact of the war on agriculture and rural livelihoods in Ukraine – Findings of a nation-wide rural household survey, December 2022. Rome.



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    The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Ukraine has conducted a nationwide survey of agricultural enterprises with land up to 250 hectares. The survey included 1 927 agricultural enterprises (involved in crop and livestock production) in 23 oblasts, including selected rayons in Donetska, Kharkivska, Khersonska and Zaporizka oblasts that are under the control of the Government of Ukraine. Luhanska oblast (temporarily occupied) was excluded from the survey as well as the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol (temporarily occupied). The survey aimed at assessing the impact of the war on agrifood value chains and on crop and livestock producers, as well as estimating rehabilitation and recovery needs. The analysis is part of a series of complementary assessments that aim at providing a comprehensive understanding of the impact of the war on Ukraine’s agriculture sector and identifying possible programming and policy responses.
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    The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations conducted an assessment of household food security and agricultural livelihoods in Ukraine. The overall objective of the assessment was to provide an overview of the food security and livelihoods situation in government controlled areas of Ukraine to inform evidence-based decision making. A total of 4 764 households were successfully interviewed by phone across all government controlled areas of Ukraine in December 2023. The findings highlight the link between household-level agricultural activity, shocks and food security. Small-scale agriculture emerged as a key factor in supporting household food security, however small producers in Ukraine continue to face many challenges related to the ongoing war. Protecting and supporting agricultural livelihoods is essential, as small-scale agricultural activities in Ukraine – particularly for subsistence – can be a pathway to better food security and strengthened resilience at household level.
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    The war in Ukraine continues to escalate with major impacts on Ukraine’s agriculture sector, which used to feed 400 million people annually across the globe. Frontline territories are rural and agricultural. Rural communities are increasingly impacted by contaminated lands, damaged infrastructure and limited access to basic agricultural supplies, while anticipating the harshest winter since 2022. They urgently need support to maintain local food production and supply. This document provides a summary of the planned response and funding requirements of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations within the framework of the 2024 Emergency Response Plan for Ukraine.

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