By Sheri Arnott, Senior Policy Advisor Food Assistance/Food Security, Food Programming and Management Group, Sustainable Health, World Vision International
Archives for April 2014
Everyday emergencies: How social protection schemes can build resilient children, families and communities
The following post is a slightly modified version of a story that originally appeared on the Farming First website. To warm up for the global conference “Building Resilience for Food and Nutrition Security” taking place in Ethiopia in a few weeks time, Farming First and the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) held a >> Read more
Reframing Resilience for Pastoralists: Coping with drought matters, but is not the only thing that matters
Leading up to the 2020 Conference, Farming First in partnership with IFPRI has initiated a series of guest blog posts on resilience. In this first post, Lance Robinson, an environmental governance and resilience specialist at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), reflects on what resilience means for pastoralists in the context of drought emergencies.
The draft schedule of 2020 Conference Side Events is now available online.
Join experts from Farming First and IFPRI on Twitter at 10am EDT on Wednesday, April 16, to discuss how poor people and communities can build resilience to shocks that threaten their food and nutrition security.