Livestock Interventions in Complex Emergencies: South Sudan and Somalia case studies

In 2005 the Agriculture and Development Economics Division of the Food and Agriculture Organization led a review of experiences with food security programming in protracted crises. Under this review, Feinstein conducted two case studies on large-scale livestock programs in South Sudan and Somalia, focusing on issues of program impacts, coordination, and community participation.

Based on these case studies, the researchers wrote two chapters in the collection Beyond Relief: Food Security in Protracted Crises.

Policies, Practice and Participation in Complex Emergencies: The Case of Livestock Interventions in South Sudan A case study for the Agriculture and Development Economics Division of the Food and Agriculture Organization
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This case study examines how alternative approaches to rinderpest eradication evolved in the complex emergency context of southern Sudan. It also explores how initial experiences informed the establishment of a large scale community based animal health worker (CAHW) system.

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