Lessons from Scaling Up Adaptation in Food Security and Agriculture

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This presentation by The World Food Programme explains the cycles of livelihood decline, the R4 Rural Resilience Model and lessons learned from practice.

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Lessons from Scaling Up Adaptation in Food Security and Agriculture

  1. 1. Climate risk is a significant challenge for food security – it is projected that by 2050, 10-20% more people could be at risk of hunger due to
  2. 2. Cycle of livelihoods decline Livelihoods and food needs met HH Food Availabilty and Access
  3. 3. Cycle of livelihoods decline Livelihoods and food needs met HH Food Availabilty and Access Seasonal food No shortages in a shortages during good year, but little lean season margin (safety nets)
  4. 4. Cycle of livelihoods decline Drought Major drought has immediate and long term impacts on household livelihoods Livelihoods and food needs met HH Food Availabilty and Access
  5. 5. Cycle of livelihoods decline Livelihoods and food needs met HH Food Availabilty and Access With increased climate risk, this pattern becomes even more difficult to manage
  6. 6. R4 Rural Resilience Model Livelihoods and food needs met HH Food Availabilty and Access
  7. 7. R4 Rural Resilience Model Drought Livelihoods and food needs met HH Food Availabilty and Access Drought risk reduction – an irrigation system or soil conservation – limits impact of drought
  8. 8. R4 Rural Resilience Model Drought Insurance for Work policy pay-out helps meet needs during the drought Livelihoods and food needs met HH Food Availabilty and Access
  9. 9. R4 Rural Resilience Model Drought Access to credit allows increased productivity, diversification and ability to save, protected by insurance Livelihoods and food needs met HH Food Availabilty and Access
  10. 10. R4 Rural Resilience Model Drought Risk reduction, insurance and savings provide a resilient set of risk management tools to protect the food security that the household is building Livelihoods and food needs met HH Food Availabilty and Access
  11. 11. Lessons Learned from practice

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