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Evaluation of FAO's contribution to Nigeria 2016–2022

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    Evaluation of FAO's contribution to Nigeria 2016–2022 2023
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    The evaluation assessed FAO's contribution to Nigeria from 2016 to 2022, focusing on national priorities for the agriculture sector and food systems, with a special lens on gender equality, leave no one behind principles, the humanitarian–development–peace nexus and climate change mainstreaming. FAO has supported the government in enhancing food and nutrition security, disaster risk reduction, resilience building and evidence-based policymaking. However, support for conflict-affected populations, climate change mainstreaming and sustainability remains uncertain. The evaluation recommends prioritizing flagship initiatives, engaging ministries, national actors and implementing a gender stocktaking exercise to identify those at risk of being left behind.
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    IPC Working Party 6. Highlight No. 4 - Registration of new cultivars of Salix from 2016–2022
    July 2022 – Working Party 1
    2023
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    The Story of FIRST Policy Facility in Myanmar, 2016-2022
    Lessons Learned for Future Policy Facilitation
    2022
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    Final report from Policy Officer in Myanmar/ Lessons Learned. The EU-FAO FIRST Policy Facility was launched in Myanmar in 2016, initially focusing on land tenure and then adding nutrition as a major emphasis in 2017. This inception phase focused on investing in relationship and trust building, particularly with the Ministry of Agriculture Livestock and Irrigation’s (MoALI’s) Department of Planning (DOP) which emerged as a convening body across the Ministry. Embedded in DOP, FIRST was well placed to support the Department to bring the various siloed Departments together. FIRST maintained the same lean team of two policy officers and one implementation support specialist since 2017, which ensured continuity and trust building. This was particularly important in a country which had just started opening in 2008 following 60 years of military rule, and where the policy landscape had been and continued to be shaped by “rice bowl” politics, aiming to securing rice self-sufficiency and regaining its regional prowess as largest rice producer in the 1950s. FIRST opened doors for the European Union Delegation to establish a working relationship with MoALI, and set the scene for future budget support. FIRST also operated as the main policy support and policy analysis function for the FAO country office and supported the organization in its various coordination and convening capacities.

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