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Course: Qualitative methods for assessing the impact of development programmes on food security








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    This course has the objective to support countries and regions in planning the information needs for monitoring, pilotage and evaluation during the life of their Food and Nutrition Security and Agriculture programmes. The course, also, offers practical guidance on building an M&E system which is feasible, practical and relevant to the programme’s needs.
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    Qualitative methods for assessing the impact of development programmes on food security
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    This fact sheet describes the course that aims to provide guidance and to assist programme managers, and monitoring and evaluation officers on the use of qualitative methods to assess the impact of food security and nutrition development programmes.
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    Lebanon: Impact assessment of the escalating hostilities in southern Lebanon on agriculture, food security and livelihoods
    DIEM-Impact report, February 2024
    2024
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    The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture in Lebanon, conducted a household survey between 31 October and 30 November 2023 using computer-assisted telephone interviews. These interviews were part of the FAO Data in Emergencies Monitoring (DIEM-Monitoring) System which monitors the impact of shocks on agricultural livelihoods and food security. The survey targeted the agricultural population using the sampling frame of agricultural holdings from the 2010 Lebanon Agricultural Census. Additional survey questions were added to assess the impact of the escalating hostilities in southern Lebanon on farmers’ agricultural livelihoods and food security.FAO established Data in Emergencies Impact (DIEM-Impact) to provide a granular and rapid understanding of the impact of large-scale hazards on agriculture and agricultural livelihoods using a variety of assessment methodologies, including primary and secondary information, remote sensing technologies, and FAO’s damage and loss methodology. DIEM-Impact presents a regularly updated and accessible state of food insecurity in fragile environments and helps underpin FAO's programming based on evidence.

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