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Resilience analysis in the triangle of hope (Mauritania): a policy brief

Source(s):  Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations - Headquarters (FAO)

The resilience analysis of the Triangle of Hope (Mauritania) serves as a baseline for providing guidance in planning policy interventions. The present brief summarizes policy indications presented in the report. These indications aim to help the Government of Mauritania and policymakers with their future decisions, and contributes to a framework for humanitarian and long-term development initiatives to build food secure and resilient livelihoods.

From this analysis, the main programming priorities to strengthen the resilience of livelihood are:

  • food security monitoring systems, in order to collect, analyse and disseminate information to farmers and pastoralists;
  • provision of productive assets, to improve agricultural productivity; increase of rural-urban connectivity, with both information provision and infrastructure such as markets and roads;
  • natural resources management initiatives, in order to decrease the risk of inter- and intra-community clashes and conflicts;
  • value chain approach for selected crops and livestock, to create employment and generate incomes.

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  • Resilience analysis in the triangle of hope (Mauritania): a policy brief
  • Publication date 2016
  • Number of pages 4 p.

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