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Presentation from the Informal Consultation on Livestock Issues between the FAO Animal Production and Health Division and interested Non-Governmental Organizations. 1–2 December 2009 Italy, Rome FAO ...

Presentation from the Informal Consultation on Livestock Issues between the FAO Animal Production and Health Division and interested Non-Governmental Organizations. 1–2 December 2009 Italy, Rome FAO Headquarters.

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    • FAO in EmergenciesEMERGENCY OPERATIONS AND REHABILITATION DIVISION
    • FAO in emergencies – history Pre-1973 FAO (normative / development assistance) transboundary pests and diseases 1973 – 2008 OSRO established agriculture / livelihoods = time critical humanitarian intervention Significant and steady growth of emergency programme 2009 FAO Strategic Objective I EMERGENCY OPERATIONS AND REHABILITATION DIVISION
    • Framework Strategy – Strategic Objective ISO I: Preparedness for, and effective response to, food and agricultural threats and emergenciesOrganizational results:OR I01: Countries vulnerability to crisis, threats and emergencies is reduced through better preparedness and integration of risk prevention and mitigation into policies, programmes and interventions.OR I02: Countries and partners respond more effectively to crises and emergencies with food and agriculture related interventions.OR I03: Countries and partners have improved transition and linkages between emergency, rehabilitation and development. EMERGENCY OPERATIONS AND REHABILITATION DIVISION
    • Types of intervention Rebuilding and protecting agricultural livelihoods in the context of... Natural disasters Conflict Food chain emergencies Social and economic crisis EMERGENCY OPERATIONS AND REHABILITATION DIVISION
    • FAO in emergencies – livestock Driven by FAO’s technical expertise AGA LEGS Guidelines Broad types of intervention strengthening surviving livestock assets veterinary services asset replacement (LEGS) EMERGENCY OPERATIONS AND REHABILITATION DIVISION
    • AFGHANISTAN – 2010 CAPFAO funding requirements: USD 20 314 060Main activities Distribution of inputs (wheat seeds, fertilizers, feed for animals). Start-up of gardens and provision of nutrition education. Animal and plant pest control measures and surveillance/response capacity-building. Support to the coordination of the Food Security and Agriculture Cluster.Main beneficiariesIDPs, returnees, refugees, drought-affected farming families, feeding centres, hospitals, crisis-affected households and livestock owners. EMERGENCY OPERATIONS AND REHABILITATION DIVISION
    • CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC – 2010 CAPFAO funding requirements: USD 2 092 558Main activities Distribution of inputs (seeds, tools, goats, poultry and basic materials to build shelters for livestock). Establish school gardens (in collaboration with WFP and UNICEF).. Training (crop production techniques and herd management). Promotion of the IPC tool and creation of a subregional IPC working group.Main beneficiariesHIV/AIDS-affected households, government ministry, humanitarian community, teachers, students, parents’ associations. EMERGENCY OPERATIONS AND REHABILITATION DIVISION
    • CHAD – 2010 CAPFAO funding requirements: USD 7 794 000Main activities Distribution of inputs (seeds, carts, chickens, small ruminants, fruit conservation kits). Creation/rehabilitation of village wells, artificial ponds and microdams. Training (seed multiplication, warehouse management, marketing). Construction of community warehouses. Enhance humanitarian coordination through strategic working groups (in collaboration with UN agencies, NGOs and national authorities).Main beneficiariesIDPs, returnees, refugees, crisis-affected households, skilled tool workers and displaced, resettling and host-community women. EMERGENCY OPERATIONS AND REHABILITATION DIVISION
    • FAO in emergencies – global operations Over USD 1.1 billion in ongoing operations (in over 100 countries) Nearly 50% of total FAO field programme 6 regional and sub-regional emergency coordination structures Over 40 emergency coordination units 11 emergency coordination units for transboundary animal diseases Over 2 000 emergency field staff EMERGENCY OPERATIONS AND REHABILITATION DIVISION
    • 2008 in review – countries of intervention Largest programmes Regions Sudan Iraq Near East 13% Somalia Latin America 6% Indonesia InterregionalDR Congo 6% Africa Europe 50%Afghanistan 3% Uganda Haiti Asia Pakistan 22% Burundi 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 USD million EMERGENCY OPERATIONS AND REHABILITATION DIVISION
    • 2008 in review – major contributors USA EC UN CERF Sweden UNTF Iraq UNTF Sudan ItalyUNTF DR Congo Spain Total funding in 2008: Netherlands USD 412 million World Bank UK Belgium Norway Switzerland France Canada 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 USD million EMERGENCY OPERATIONS AND REHABILITATION DIVISION
    • FAO in emergencies – funding and delivery$450,000,000$400,000,000$350,000,000$300,000,000$250,000,000 Funding$200,000,000 Delivery$150,000,000$100,000,000 $50,000,000 $0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 EMERGENCY OPERATIONS AND REHABILITATION DIVISION
    • www.fao.org/emergencies Thank YouEMERGENCY OPERATIONS AND REHABILITATION DIVISION