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Initial assessment on possible impacts of earthquake in 11 provinces









FAO. 2023. Initial assessment on possible impacts of earthquake in 11 provinces. Rome.


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    The Agriculture Sector Needs Assessment for Earthquake-Impacted Provinces report conducted by FAO and Türkiye's MoAF provides a comprehensive analysis of the significant impact of the earthquakes on Türkiye's agriculture sector. The report highlights the extensive damage caused and the challenges faced in crop production, livestock, apiculture, fisheries, and aquaculture. It offers province-specific analysis and recommendations for immediate action, emphasizing the need for support in inputs, reconstruction of damaged facilities, and inclusive recovery processes. The report underscores the importance of strategic planning, long-term investment, and addressing the specific needs of rural women and Syrian refugees for revitalizing and ensuring the sustainability of the agriculture sector in the affected provinces.
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    The earthquakes that struck Türkiye on February 2023 had a devastating impact on the agriculture and rural sectors. For example, agricultural infrastructure, including warehouses, packaging and storage facilities, as well as equipment, have been severely damaged; more than 13 284 livestock shelters were destroyed and around 815 000 heads of livestock were lost; fisheries were impacted; and markets and supply chains were disrupted. In response, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in partnership with the Government of Türkiye developed a three-year Earthquake response and recovery plan (ERRP), with an estimated budget of USD 112 million, directly benefiting approximately 700 000 people and over 850 enterprises in the affected areas. The ERRP aims to restore the supply and value chains of agrifood systems (Outcome 1); revitalize the agricultural labour market (Outcome 2); and empower rural communities for sustainable development (Outcome 3). In that regard, the ERRP is a comprehensive plan that includes immediate, short term and long term interventions. This document serves as roadmap for the ERRP and as a resource mobilization tool, presenting the rationale, the expected impact, outcomes and outputs of the ERRP as well as the funding requirements.
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    An overall assessment of challenges faced by seasonal agricultural workers from Syrians under temporary protection and host communities 2023
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    This document is based on the findings of a field study conducted jointly by the Food and Agriculture Organziation of the Uninted Nations (FAO) and the Ankara University Development Studies Application and Research Centre (AKÇAM) in 2020. The objective was to identify key challenges faced by seasonal agricultural workers from Syrian and host communities and to develop solutions that can contribute to building resilience against economic shocks and social instabilities, while ensuring that members of these groups fully enjoy fundamental rights including education, health, and decent working and living conditions. The findings are based on (804 administered) surveys, (43) focus group meetings and (114) stakeholder interviews conducted in 11 provinces (destination provinces: Adana, Ankara, Gaziantep, Hatay, Izmir, Kahramanmaras, Konya, Mersin; source provinces: Kilis, Mardin and Şanlıurfa). All figures in tables reflect the sample size, not the entire population.

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