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The War Impact on Food Security in the Tihama Region. Case Study: Wadi Zabid and Wadi Siham - Flood-Based Livelihoods Network

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The War Impact on Food Security in the Tihama Region. Case Study: Wadi Zabid and Wadi Siham

Document: The War Impact on Food Security in the Tihama Region. Case Study: Wadi Zabid and Wadi Siham
Authors: Unknown
Year: 2017
Description: This report describes the assessment study to quantify the impact of the ongoing war on food security to support the efforts of the international community to pursue their assistance for the affected poor and vulnerable population in Tihama, as well as best understand how to respond. It evaluates the food insecurity situation from two perspectives, the farmer’s and the consumers’, by understanding the challenges posed to establishing food security. The study also explores the direct and indirect impacts of war on food security and agricultural activities, while evaluating how those activities are in relation with food security and production. It eventually looked into coping strategies adapted by farmers and other water users, and any possible innovated simple solutions that they may be adopted to relief negative consequences on food security and thus ultimately on the livelihoods of the people.

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