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Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) for Food and Nutrition Security

Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) for Food and Nutrition Security

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The FAO Disaster Risk Reduction for Food and Nutrition Security Framework Programme aims to provide strategic direction to the implementation of disaster risk reduction measures in member
countries across the agricultural-related sectors — in line with the Hyogo Framework for Action and its five priorities for action. In addition, it promotes an inter-disciplinary and programmatic approach to disaster risk reduction for food and nutrition security, by integrating the agriculture, livestock, fisheries, forestry and natural resource management sectors, to respond more effectively to the diverse livelihoods of small-scale farmers and to the complex set of factors which contribute to disaster risks.
Our intent is that this Framework Programme will help generate greater understanding, commitment and action in disaster risk reduction for food and nutrition security.
The FAO Disaster Risk Reduction for Food and Nutrition Security Framework Programme aims to provide strategic direction to the implementation of disaster risk reduction measures in member
countries across the agricultural-related sectors — in line with the Hyogo Framework for Action and its five priorities for action. In addition, it promotes an inter-disciplinary and programmatic approach to disaster risk reduction for food and nutrition security, by integrating the agriculture, livestock, fisheries, forestry and natural resource management sectors, to respond more effectively to the diverse livelihoods of small-scale farmers and to the complex set of factors which contribute to disaster risks.
Our intent is that this Framework Programme will help generate greater understanding, commitment and action in disaster risk reduction for food and nutrition security.

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RESILIE
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Ll ELIHOODS
DISASTER
RISK
REDUCTION
FOR
FOOD
AND
NUTRITION
SECURITY
 
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, November 2011
 
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2011.
Resilient Livelihoods – Disaster Risk Reduction for Food and Nutrition Security Framework Programme 
 
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