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Prof. Berthe
EuFMD OS20
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Investing in resilience to fast diseases

  1. 1. 1 Investing in resilience to FAST diseases Priority strategies and policies to ensure risk mitigation and greater resilience to FAST diseases, overcoming the impact of Covid19 Franck Berthe Agriculture and Food Global Practice, World Bank Forecasting of socioeconomic consequences of FAST diseases and capacities to overcome increased risk – February 16, 2021
  2. 2. 2 The livestock revolution “ A revolution is taking place in global agriculture that has profound implications for human health, livelihoods, and the environment. Population growth, urbanization, and income growth in developing countries are fueling a massive increase in demand for food of animal origin...” Livestock to 2020: the next food revolution. Delgado et al., 1999 Forecasting of socioeconomic consequences of FAST diseases and capacities to overcome increased risk – February 16, 2021
  3. 3. 3 Growth of the sector continues to be strong, steered by low- and middle-income countries How to accompany and shape growth to improve sustainability and resilience, and in particular externalities on environment and climate change, on health and nutrition, and on equity? Growth of the livestock sector Forecasting of socioeconomic consequences of FAST diseases and capacities to overcome increased risk – February 16, 2021
  4. 4. 4 Forecasting of socioeconomic consequences of FAST diseases and capacities to overcome increased risk – February 16, 2021 Livestock portfolio at the World Bank Growth of the sector continues to be strong… and such is the demand for World Bank Group financial support (IDA/IBRD and IFC). IBRD + IDA : ca. 700 million USD of yearly financing directed to livestock sector (up from about 150 million per annum in 2010). Some large stand-alone operations but the bulk of investment is integrated in Agriculture and/or Community Driven Development projects. Drawing on a variety of instruments: Investment Operations, Analytical Services. 2009
  5. 5. 5 Forecasting of socioeconomic consequences of FAST diseases and capacities to overcome increased risk – February 16, 2021 How does COVID-19 change the landscape?
  6. 6. 6 • Operations – National: new generation of stand-alone projects (Bangladesh; Nepal; Cameroon; Burkina Faso; Mali; Ethiopia…) – Regional: PRAPS and PRAPS2 (Sahel), REDISSE (West Africa) or RPLRP (Horn of Africa) – Pre-operational tools: Livestock toolkit; OIE-PVS; OH operational framework • Analytical and advisory work – The case for food safety – Antimicrobial resistance – Guides for Livestock Investments – Zoonoses (in preparation) • Strategic – Global Livestock Agenda (multi-stakeholder) – Livestock Global Alliance (connecting knowledge and operations) Forecasting of socioeconomic consequences of FAST diseases and capacities to overcome increased risk – February 16, 2021
  7. 7. 7 Forecasting of socioeconomic consequences of FAST diseases and capacities to overcome increased risk – February 16, 2021 A practical tool and an information resource for building sustainable livestock production systems To enable systematic consideration of environmental, health and equity objectives, and related activities, in the design and implementation of livestock projects Compatible and connected with other tools and guidance: the portal for addressing environmental, health and equity sustainability in livestock operations The addition compared to existing tools is to decomplexify sustainability issues, address tradeoffs, and streamline available guidance  Environment module up and running The average climate co-benefits generated by the livestock portfolio in the past 2.5 years is 61%, with 22% for adaptation and 39% for mitigation  Health module has been developed and will be released in February 2021
  8. 8. 8 Types of investments • Ensuring an appropriate policy/regulatory framework • Ensuring an appropriate institutional framework (public, private and cooperative/associative sectors) • Ensuring appropriate Global Public Goods engagement (climate change; natural resources; public health; equity) • Ensuring access to land and water (incl. the specificity of pastoral areas) • Ensuring access to knowledge (research; extension; advisory services; education) Forecasting of socioeconomic consequences of FAST diseases and capacities to overcome increased risk – February 16, 2021
  9. 9. eufmdvirtual.com Final Session – 16 February 2021 EuFMD / Open Session

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