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Keeping food and agricultural systems alive - Analyses and solutions in a period of crises - COVID-19 Pandemic

The current global outbreak of COVID-19 has disrupted agricultural and food systems around the world. Timely and credible information is imperative in avoiding panic-driven reaction that can aggravate these disruptions, deteriorating food and nutrition security of the most vulnerable.

In order to provide such information to its Members, FAO analyzed past experiences and provides a compilation of policy responses with their pros and cons for agricultural and food systems. This list will be continually updated and expanded.

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Potential Disruptions
Data and Statistics
Disruption in national data collection (Agricultural Censuses)

Delays, postponement or cancellation of the agricultural census activities (such as budgeting and cartography, recruitment of field staff and training, and fieldwork operations) due to the states of emergency implemented by countries, physical distancing, restrictions on movement and other safety practices. 

Data and Statistics
Real-time information for policy-making

Lack of real-time information to evaluate the impact of the outbreak on many development outcomes, including food insecurity and the food value-chain.

Data and Statistics
Disruption in national data collection (National surveys)

Partial or total blackout of national statistical systems, leaving low-income countries and their international communities blind for data needed for policy-making and the monitoring of national and international development agendas.  

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