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FAO and WB - Transforming agriculture in South Sudan

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Document Type: Reports and Assessments
Document Type: English
Publish Date: 12 September 2022 (4 months ago)
Upload Date: 28 November 2022 (2 months ago)
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FAO and WB - Transforming agriculture in South Sudan

Document Type: Reports and Assessments
Document Language: English
From humanitarian aid to a development oriented growth path - FAO teamed up with the World Bank on this strategic analysis of the investment, policy and institutional support needed to shift South Sudan's agriculture sector from humanitarian relief to a development-oriented growth path. The team carried out a thorough review of lessons learned in South Sudan and other conflict-affected countries and held consultations with a wide range of stakeholders in the country. As a result, four complementary investment strategies were identified: agriculture production and food security; community resilience and social capital; value chain development and jobs; and peace consolidation. The authors advocate for combining these four strategies in a flexible way, depending on how the shocks currently affecting agriculture (conflict, violence, macro-economic instability, governance, natural disasters) evolve in the coming years. The Government of South Sudan and the World Bank consider this analytical work a milestone that

Partners

  • Food and Agriculture Organization
  • World Bank

Sectors

  •  Agriculture
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