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Evaluation of FAO Strategic Objective D2: on Conservation, Rehabilitation and Development of Environments at the Greatest Risk










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    Regional strategic framework. Rehabilitation of fisheries and aquaculture in tsunami affected countries in Asia 2005
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    The massive earthquake and subsequent tsunami waves that originated off the west coast of northern Sumatra on 26 December 2004 caused extensive damage to coastal communities. The majority of those affected had agriculture–fisheries based livelihoods or were employed in associated enterprises. As we move away from immediate emergency relief to reconstruction and rehabilitation in the mid- to long-term there is a much greater need for coordination of efforts. To fill this gap a consortium of key regional agencies involved in fisheries and aquaculture (CONSRN) organized a workshop from 28 February to 1 March 2005 to consult with impacted countries and to guide the development of a regional strategy and programme framework for rehabilitation based on regional perspectives and country dimensions. The regional strategic framework developed at the workshop is intended to support not just the work of the partners, but also to guide and inform other agencies involved in the broader tsunami reh abilitation and development work.
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    Synthesis of findings and lessons learnt from the Strategic Objective Evaluations
    Thematic Evaluation Series
    2019
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    Building on the thematic evaluations undertaken by OED in the period 2014-17, this synthesis draws findings and lessons regarding the conceptualization, operationalization and results of the reviewed Strategic Framework. It concluded that the reviewed Strategic Framework is a significant and transformative step towards reorienting and repositioning a 70-year-old organization in a fast-evolving development landscape, to better address the emerging challenges to achieving FAO Members’ global goals and FAO’s vision. The reviewed Strategic Framework has fostered a new, inter-disciplinary way of working in FAO, broken traditional silos and placed new emphasis on partnerships. However, FAO faced several implementation challenges from issues relating to matrix management structure, skills and competencies in new thematic areas, and communication and resource mobilization for the Strategic Objectives, which constrained effectiveness. Looking ahead, the synthesis provides an analysis of the implications of recent global developments, such as the Agenda 2030 - Sustainable Development Goals, Climate Change Agreement and the UN Reform for the development of the next FAO Strategic Framework.
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