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    Addressing HIV and Gender Inequities through a Food Security and Nutrition Response in Eastern and Central Africa - OSRO/RAF/010/SWE Mid-term evaluation report 2012
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    The FAO, funded by Sida, started implementing gender and HIV projects in 2004; the project under consideration “Addressing HIV and Gender Inequities through a Food Security and Nutrition Response in Eastern and Central Africa” (OSRO/RAF/010/SWE), is building on the preceding projects and is implemented in Burundi, CAR, DR Congo, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda.
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    Addressing HIV and Gender Inequities through a Food Security and Nutrition Response in Eastern and Central Africa - OSRO/RAF/010/SWE
    Follow-up report to the management response to the mid-term evaluation report
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    The project has set the stage for and proven the value of integration of life skills in the thematic areas of gender, nutrition and HIV in agricultural extension activities and Field Schools. It has shown that by addressing social and technological issues in a holistic and combined manner, food security can be addressed in a more sustainable and lasting way. Considering the often poorly linked ministry departments and sectorial approaches to food security much yet remains to be done to ensure th at such a holistic approach is institutionalized in practice. Therefore, future donor support will remain crucial to continue emphasizing and showing the way towards true multi-sectorial development efforts. In many countries, it is still not clear where a holistic, agricultural and life skills learning curriculum is best housed or which ministry should take the lead. It is therefore important that the policy dialogue around a holistic approach to food security is maintained and continued until fully institutionalized.
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    External End-of-Project Evaluation IPC Regional Project, Phase II – Consolidation of the IPC in the Volatile Humanitarian Context of the Central and Eastern African Region (OSRO/RAF/907/EC) Final Report 2011
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    The conclusions and recommendations have been generated and reflect the most important findings and observations by the evaluation mission of the consolidation of the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) in Central and Eastern Africa. This evaluation report assesses the overall results and impact of the programme from inception to date and provides an understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of the IPC approach in the 5 core countries under consideration (Burundi, DR Congo, K enya, Tanzania and Uganda). The external evaluation took place between November 2010 and January 2011.

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