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Livestock Investment Coordination System: Livestock Investment Rapid Appraisal tool








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    Livestock Investment Coordination System
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    2023
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    A joint initiative of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Office of Emergencies and Resilience and the Animal Production and Health Division, the Livestock Investment Coordination System (LICS) includes an online, but protected, SharePoint database for each partner organization and each country where they are working. It provides partners with better monitoring, planning and evaluation of the impact of livestock interventions and real‑time information for animal health interventions. This flyer presents an overview of LICS, the benefits it offers as well as information on the related Livestock Intervention Rapid Assessment and Livestock Activity Information Database.
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    Empowering youth to engage in responsible investment in agriculture and food systems: Guidance for organizers and facilitators of the rapid capacity assessment tool 2018
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    This document provides guidance to support the utilization of the “Rapid Capacity Assessment Tool: Empowering youth to engage in responsible investment in agriculture and food systems”. The guidance document contains two distinctive, yet interrelated parts: • Guidance notes for organizers of the capacity assessment, which provide relevant information on planning, designing and conducting the capacity assessment; and • Guidance notes for facilitators, which contain concrete suggestions on how to prepare and facilitate multi-stakeholder discussions on the questions outlined in the tool.
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    Importance of investing in agriculture in emergency contexts
    Briefing note, March 2023
    2023
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    With 222 million people experiencing high acute food insecurity across 53 countries, and an alarming food security outlook for 2023, investing in agriculture in emergency contexts has never been so critical. Agriculture assistance is life-saving. It is significantly less expensive to help rural families produce food, than to provide them food. 

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