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Final Evaluation of the Project “Strengthening Climate Change Resilience and Disaster Risk Reduction in Agriculture to Improve Food Security in Haiti After the Earthquake”

28/02/2018

Over the past decade, the country of Haiti located in the Caribbean has been subjected to numerous natural disasters, including Hurricanes Isaac and Sandy in 2010. Implemented by FAO and funded by the LDF, the agricultural and livelihoods resilience project “Strengthening Climate Change Resilience and Disaster Risk Reduction in Agriculture to Improve Food Security in Haiti After the Earthquake” sought to restore livelihoods, introduce climate-smart agriculture techniques and rehabilitate damaged land and livelihoods. The final evaluation found solid gains made in the area of climate change adaptation, as the project took important steps to link emergency relief efforts. The project led to sustainable outcomes for increased resilience in terms of agricultural productivity and incomes were increased due to improved production techniques. The project did not however have a sufficient exit strategy, and more work is needed to ensure the financial sustainability necessary to achieve long-term impact.

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