Haiti is one of the most food-insecure countries in the world: around 70 percent of the population is food insecure. Of the BHA target geographies, the Centre department experiences severe chronic food insecurity, while the North-East, South, and Grand’Anse departments experience moderate chronic food insecurity.
Mozambicans experience high rates of chronic food insecurity. Chronic malnutrition is most widespread in the northern provinces—including Zambezia—where populations experience high rates of chronic food insecurity, and less access to health services, water, sanitation, and education.
The climate change analysis summarized in this annex aims to inform USAID/Jordan’s CDCS and ensure that the strategy is responsive to climate risks while strengthening Jordan’s resilience and self-reliance.
The climate change analysis summarized in this annex aims to inform USAID/Peru’s CDCS and ensure that the strategy is responsive to climate risks while strengthening Peru’s resilience and self-reliance.
USAID Sustainable Landscapes Program and USDA Foreign Agricultural Service worked with Agribusiness Associates on an applied research project to enable greater investments in Food Loss and Waste (FLW) and integrate FLW into climate-smart agriculture programming.
As part of its support to various municipalities and organizations in South Africa in mainstreaming low emissions development, the South Africa Low Emissions Development (SA-LED) Program supported Blue Karoo Trust, a fish farm specializing in breeding catfish as an alternative to pilchards to sell commercially.
To help the Government of South Africa to reduce its waste footprint in a sustainable way, the USAID South Africa Low Emissions Development (SA-LED) program developed a data collection methodology to analyze and characterize various waste streams.