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    Southern Africa is subject to multiple, frequent, and compounded shocks and stressors that prevent communities from fully recovering from crises, thereby deepening their vulnerability. This vulnerability was particularly exposed during the El Niño-induced drought in 2015–2016: the worst in the region for 35 years, it devastated local food systems and severely undermined the agriculture-based livelihoods of the region’s predominantly rural population. This Strategy aims to increase the resilience of agricultural livelihoods to contribute to enhanced food security and nutrition in Southern Africa through multisectoral, multi-hazard and multistakeholder consultations and joint interventions. An inclusive consultative process with vulnerable communities and key stakeholders on resilience policies and approaches will be the foundation of local ownership and will ensure the success of resilience interventions in the region.
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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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    This document provides insight into achievements realised in the period covered by the East Africa Resilience Strategy 2018–2022: Programme of Work 2018-2019. The Strategy is in line with FAO’s commitment to implementing a “new way of working” that meets people’s immediate humanitarian needs while reducing risk and vulnerability. It also ensures effective coverage of social protection, addresses issues of land tenure and access to natural resources, and fosters employment opportunities for youth.

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