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Learn from the experts: How we move beyond emergency relief in fragile and conflict-affected settings
Thursday, 2024/06/06 | 08:20:58

In the first of a three-part webinar series, IWMI assembled a panel of Anticipatory Action experts to discuss empowering communities with lasting Anticipatory Actions for long-term resilience and improved Food, Land and Water Systems.


CGIAR May 31 2024


As we navigate the complexity of Fragile and Conflicted-Affected Settings (FCASs), it has become increasingly evident that moving beyond immediate emergency relief is essential for promoting long-term resilience and sustainability. As a result, Anticipatory Actions (AAs) are recognized more and more as essential tools for mitigating risks and building resilience. However, implementing AAs in FCASs is not straightforward. In fact, realizing the full potential of AA requires a concerted effort to address the unique contextual factors and systemic barriers that hinder its implementation.


In response to these challenges, the CGIAR’s Initiative on Fragility, Conflict, and Migration, International Water Management Institute and the Anticipation Hub’s Anticipatory Action in Conflict Practitioner’s Group recently convened part one of a three-part webinar series on Navigating anticipatory actions in fragile and conflict-affected settings to improve food, land and water systems: insights and best practices. The webinar provided a timely opportunity for frontline responders, researchers, government, and development practitioners to come together and reflect on the current state of AA in FCAS.  shared insights, experiences, and lessons learned, with participants seeking to deepen their understanding of how AA can catalyse transformative change within the Food, Land, and Water Systems (FLWSs) in these fragile contexts.


See https://www.cgiar.org/news-events/news/learn-from-the-experts-how-we-move-beyond-emergency-relief-in-fragile-and-conflict-affected-settings/


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