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Case studies

Case studies highlight the achievements, lessons learnt and best practices or stories of how food security, nutrition and/ or livelihoods programs of National Societies have changed livelihoods, individuals or groups.

 

Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Rwanda Red Cross
Livestock rotation programme

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Zambia Red Cross Society
Building resilience among households
in the Zambezi River Basin

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Cost-Benefit Analysis study
Zambezi Region – livelihoods preparedness
intervention

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Cost-Benefit Analysis study
Zambia Red Cross Society food security and
livelihoods recovery intervention

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Integrated food security and
livelihoods approach -
Building capacity of vulnerable people in
Tigrai/Ethiopia
 

 

 

Namibia Red Cross’s integrated
food security intervention

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Recovery and risk reduction
through livelihood support
in Timor-Leste

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Strenghtening hunger resilience
The Kenya Red Cross experience

 

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Swaziland:
good food security practices
to share 
and replicate


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Tackling malnutrition in Niger


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A diversified approach to fighting
food insecurity and rural poverty
in Malawi 


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