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East Africa Resilience Programme of Work 2022–2026








FAO. 2023. East Africa Resilience Programme of Work 2022–2026. Rome.



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    The Quadripartite Organizations – the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH, founded as OIE), and the World Health Organization (WHO) – collaborate to drive the change and transformation required to mitigate the impact of current and future health challenges at the human–animal– plant–environment interface at global, regional and country level. Responding to international requests to prevent future pandemics and to promote health sustainably through the One Health approach, the Quadripartite has developed the One Health Joint Plan of Action (2022–2026) (OH JPA). The OH JPA outlines the commitment of the four organizations to collectively advocate and support the implementation of One Health. It builds on, complements and adds value to existing global and regional One Health and coordination initiatives aimed at strengthening capacity to address complex multidimensional health risks with more resilient health systems at global, regional and national level.
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    The Ministry of Agriculture of Kazakhstan (MoA) initiated the process of developing the State Programme 2022–2026 as the implementation of the State Programme of the Agro-Industrial Complex Development in Kazakhstan in 2017–2021 neared completion. According to the rules of the State Planning System of Kazakhstan, the development of the State Programme 2022¬2026 had to be preceded by the Concept of the State Programme, which required a comprehensive evaluation of the previous State Programme 2017–2021, including a socioeconomic impact assessment and cost-effectiveness analysis. It also needed to outline the goals, objectives, outcome and output indicators for the designated five-year period (2022–2026), as well as an investment plan indicating the required funds.
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    The FAO Programme of Work 2020–2021 is the second module of the Eastern Africa Resilience Strategy 2018–2022, and the two should therefore be read in conjunction. The main features of the new Programme of Work were presented and discussed with resource partners in Nairobi in December 2019. Since December 2019, the region has been devastated by the Desert Locust, while the full-scale effects of COVID-19 pandemic and the associated containment measures are unfolding as the pandemic spreads. It is eroding the resilience capacity of vulnerable groups including small-scale farmers, herders, fishers and forest-dependent communities and workers in urban areas. While the strategic objective, outcomes and outputs remain unchanged, the new Programme of Work’s activities reflect global evolutions in the humanitarian-development ecosystem, recent and emerging regional threats and risks, particularly Desert Locust and COVID-19, and lessons learned during the past two years.

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