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    The Government of Canada through the Special Fund for Emergency and Rehabilitation Activities – Anticipatory Action Window contributed USD 1 222 000 to strengthen the capacity of communities and local governance structures in Somalia, and mitigate the impact of El Niño-related floods on the most vulnerable communities.
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    Dry Corridor: Canada’s contribution through the Special Fund for Emergency and Rehabilitation Activities (SFERA) – Anticipatory Action window 2023
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    In Central America’s Dry Corridor, long periods of drought interspersed with heavy rains threaten the food security of vulnerable populations. Over the last three years, the subregion has been severely affected by tropical storms and hurricanes, coupled with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, forecasts issued by recent global weather models report that the El Niño Southern Oscillation phenomenon is likely to transition from a neutral to a warm phase between June and August 2023, and is expected to impact the postrera season (September–November), leading to a drop in bean production. Thanks to the Goverment of Canada’s contribution to the Special Fund for Emergency and Rehabilitation Activities – Anticipatory Action window, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations will protect the agricultural livelihoods of the most vulnerable households from the expected impacts of drought by providing training and tools for soil conservation to promote water conservation and infiltration.
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    Madagascar: Project HIghlights - OSRO/MAG/208/GER 2024
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    The Government of Germany, through the Special Fund for Emergency and Rehabilitation Activities −Anticipatory Action Window, contributed USD 900 000 to FAO's project entitled "Anticipatory Actions to cope with expected drought in Madagascar’s Bekily(Androy), Betrokaand AmboasaryAtsimo(Anosy) districts". FAO provided animals, crop and vegetable seeds and cash transfers along with capacity building on climate-smart and nutrition-sensitive agriculture to 4,000 households, in order for them to cope with the effects of drought and produce food and cover their basic needs before harvests thanks to the cash provided.

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