2013 Global Hunger Index Launch Event Welthungerhilfe Presentation

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  • In our work on the ground, we understand community resiliencein the context of chronic food crises as ….
  • 2013 Global Hunger Index Launch Event Welthungerhilfe Presentation

    1. 1. 2013 GLOBAL HUNGER INDEX The Challenge of Hunger BUILDING RESILIENCE TO ACHIEVE FOOD AND NUTRITION SECURITY
    2. 2. Community Resilience in the “the ability of a context of to community chronic respond anticipate, food to, cope with, and recover crises from the effects of shocks and stresses which drive or exacerbate undernutrition, in a timely and effective manner without compromising the poor’s well-being or their long-term prospects of moving out of poverty and hunger.”
    3. 3. RESILIENCE IN HAITI CONTEXT
    4. 4. Haiti and the factors of resilience deficit An emergency economy
    5. 5. Year 1994 Hurricane History Impact Hurricane Gordon Killed 2,000 people Widespread crop destruction Hurricane Georges Killed over 400 people Destroyed 80% of all the crops 2004 Hurricane Jeanne Killed over 3000 people Widespread crop destruction 2008 Hurricane Fay, Gustav, Hanna & Ike 1998 2012 Hurricane Isaac and Sandy Killed 793 70% of Haiti's crops wiped out 70 killed < 90,000 ha of crops damaged
    6. 6. Agricultural role in community resilience
    7. 7. Welthungerhilfe´s program and its impact
    8. 8. 9
    9. 9. INGREDIENTS OF RESILIENCE 10
    10. 10. ADDRESSING ROOT CAUSES
    11. 11. RESPOND TO AND COPING WITH SHOCKS AND STRESSES / DRR
    12. 12. STRENGHTHENING COMMUNITIES
    13. 13. COLLABORATION WITH LOCAL GOVERNMENT / NATIONAL MINISTRIES
    14. 14. OUTLOOK 15
    15. 15. • Report available in English, German, French, and Italian • Download from www.ifpri.org www.welthungerhilfe.de www.concern.net • Or download the report on Google Play, Google Books, Amazon, and iTunes. • See the report and related content through a free IFPRI mobile app.

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