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Resilient livelihoods: disaster risk reduction for food and nutrition security


This Framework Programme reflects the Hyogo Framework for Action and strives to assist member countries implement its five Priorities for Action for the agricultural sectors. It intends to respond to recent recommendations made on disaster risk reduction by the Committee on Agriculture, the Programme and Finance Committee, the Committee on World Food Security and the Committee on Fisheries.

At the core of the Disaster Risk Reduction for Food and Nutrition Security Framework Programme are four integrated thematic pillars: (i) enable the environment, (ii) watch to safeguard, (iii) prepare to respond, and (iv) build resilience. The Framework Programme promotes the integrated implementation of the four pillars for a more holistic approach, striving to maximize the synergies and complementarities between the pillars and hence the critical links between good governance, early warning, preparedness, mitigation and prevention.

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  • Themes:Disaster Risk Management, Early Warning, Food Security & Agriculture, Governance

  • Short URL:http://preventionweb.net/go/24750

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