This study was carried out by the Darfur Development and Reconstruction Agency (DDRA) with the support of Feinstein. It shows that the production of and trade in tomatoes and onions in Darfur has significant potential for economic growth and is already a key to many livelihoods. As such, the authors make recommendations for how to increase the production and trade of these commodities in support of economic growth in the region.
A Study of Production and Trade in Fresh Vegetables: North and West Darfur
This learning brief explores the continuity and changes to livelihoods in select sites in Isiolo and Marsabit Counties, Kenya, and reviews the implications of the continuity and the changes on the drivers of child acute malnutrition.
This learning brief presents preliminary findings on strategic mobility and its nutritional benefits to pastoral and agropastoral communities in select sites in Isiolo and Marsabit Counties, Kenya.
This policy brief examines the relationship between famine declarations and funding since 2011. It shows that, with that one exception, there is little evidence that famine declarations actually result in a rapid increase in funding.