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LEAP at a glance

2016–2017








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    Overview of LEAP products 2017
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    The LEAP Partnership has established ten Technical Advisory Groups (TAGs) in the following areas: animal feeds, poultry, small ruminants, large ruminants, pigs, biodiversity, nutrient cycling, water, and soil carbon sequestration, biodiversity and ecosystem services. Over 300 experts have been involved in creation of guidance documents in these areas critical to the sustainability of global food and agricultural production systems. These experts have been drawn from academia, government, indust ry and nongovernmental organizations to ensure a broad based consensus approach. To date, LEAP has produced a suite of background and guidance documents on methodological approaches for the transition to sustainable food and agriculture, review of indicators and methods for biodiversity assessment at global scale, and guidelines for Animal Feeds, Small Ruminants, Large Ruminants, and Poultry.
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    Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance Partnership 2016
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    The LEAP Partnership is a multi-stakeholder initiative committed to improving the environmental performance of livestock supply chains, while considering both economic and social viability of the sector.
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    Evaluation of the project "Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (LEAP) Partnership
    Project code: GCP/GLO/369/MUL
    2022
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    The evaluation of the project “Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (LEAP) Partnership” covered the three phases of the LEAP Partnership (2012–2021). The evaluation found that the project responded to an existing demand to advance towards a science-based benchmarking of the environmental performance of the livestock sector. The LEAP partnership was a cost-effective approach that contributed to consensus building and greater understanding of the factors influencing environmental performance by providing a neutral forum for discussion and negotiation. The evaluation provides six recommendations: i) strengthen the project’s theory of change to reflect the complexity of learning and innovation, including gender perspective; ii) strengthen the multi-stakeholder partnership governance, management and procedures; iii) strengthen collaboration with other initiatives such as the Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock (GASL) and the Global Livestock Environmental Assessment Model (GLEAM); iv) reduce the budget uncertainty through improved long-term planning and a strengthened resource mobilization strategy; v) update and improve the dissemination strategy; and vi) develop an outreach strategy with clear goals.

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