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Legs Final Report 26 Jun

Legs Final Report 26 Jun

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This workshop report is one of several published outputs as part of a major three-year research project on Pastoralism, Trade and Markets in Sudan, under the UNEP Sudan Integrated Environment Project. The aims of this workshop were: to promote a wider understanding of the international and national LEGS initiatives; to review LEGS related programmes in Sudan; and to introduce the concepts, tools, and applications of Participatory Impact Assessment (PIA) with a view to identifying specific case-studies in Sudan for further review and learning. This report presents the seven expert presentations from national and international agencies, and summarizes the discussions during the workshop. It also presents the participants reflections on the relevance and implications of these initiatives for their work and for their organisations.
This workshop report is one of several published outputs as part of a major three-year research project on Pastoralism, Trade and Markets in Sudan, under the UNEP Sudan Integrated Environment Project. The aims of this workshop were: to promote a wider understanding of the international and national LEGS initiatives; to review LEGS related programmes in Sudan; and to introduce the concepts, tools, and applications of Participatory Impact Assessment (PIA) with a view to identifying specific case-studies in Sudan for further review and learning. This report presents the seven expert presentations from national and international agencies, and summarizes the discussions during the workshop. It also presents the participants reflections on the relevance and implications of these initiatives for their work and for their organisations.

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Published by: Feinstein International Center on Jun 28, 2012
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REPORT OF A ONE DAY NATIONAL MEETINGINTRODUCTION TO
“LIVESTOCK EMERGENCY 
GUIDELINES AND STANDARDS
” AND
PARTICIPATORY IMPACT ASSESSMENT 
 
Shambat, Khartoum NorthMarch 29
th
, 2012
 
National LEGS and PIA Meeting
2
Acknowledgements
We would like to thank our partners the Sudan United Nations Environment Programme, SOS Sahel International and SOS Sahel Sudan, and the NomadsDevelopment Council, for their continued support and active engagement. Our expert speakers, drawn from FAO, ICRC, World Vision and Tufts Africa office, also deserve ourthanks and appreciation. Thanks also to our facilitator who diligently kept us on track and focused on the objectives at hand. Special thanks are also due to the Ministry of Animal Resources, who demonstrated excellent participation and representation fromthe State level Ministries.Finally we would like to acknowledge and thank UKaid from the Department of International Development, who fund the wider UNEP Sudan Integrated Environment Project of which this workshop forms a part.
 
National LEGS and PIA Meeting
3
Table of Contents
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ................................................................................................... 2
 
SUMMARY ...................................................................................................................... 4
 
INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................. 5
 
Expectations of Participants........................................................................................................................................ 6
 
PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSION .................................................................................. 6
 
PART 1. THE LIVESTOCK EMERGENCY GUIDELINES AND STANDARDS: ORIGINS,EVOLUTION AND CURRENT STATUS................................................................................. 6
 
PART 2. LEGS, LIVESTOCK PROGRAMMES AND PASTORALISM IN SUDAN, PRESENTATIONSBY AGENCIES ................................................................................................................... 9
 
2.1. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations,
Ibrahim el Mardi
............................. 9
 
2.2. World Vision, Blue Nile Program, Sudan,
 Ali Ibrahim Mohammed 
........................................................ 10
 
2.3. International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC),
 Abubaker Mahdi
................................................... 10
 
2.4. Livestock Emergency Programmes in Sudan; History and current status in Darfur,
 Adam Salih,Feinstein International Center, Tufts University 
....................................................................................................... 11
 
2.5. Review of the work of the UN agencies with pastoralists,
Magda Nassef, UNEP Sudan
................. 12
 
PART 3. INTRODUCTION TO PARTICIPATORY IMPACT ASSESSMENT: A TOOL FOR POLICYCHANGE. ....................................................................................................................... 15
 
PART 4. GROUP WORK ON LIVESTOCK EMERGENCY GUIDELINES AND STANDARDS ANDPARTICIPATORY IMPACT ASSESSMENT .......................................................................... 17
 
CLOSING REMARKS AND NEXT STEPS ............................................................................ 18
 
Post Workshop Reflections ....................................................................................................................................... 18
 
 Annex 1. Participants .................................................................................................................................................. 20
 
 Annex 2. Agenda ............................................................................................................................................................ 22
 

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