Written: 2013 | Published: February 18, 2021 | Getachew Gebru, Hanan Yousif, Abdelhafiz Mohamed, Belihu Negesse, and Helen Young

Livestock, Livelihoods, and Disaster Response: PART TWO: Three case studies of livestock emergency programmes in Sudan, and lessons learned

This study, Part Two, reviews three case studies of livestock emergency responses and current practice in three different disaster-affected states in Sudan, using the Livestock Emergency Guidelines and Standards. The broad aim is to develop three in-depth retrospective case studies of emergency-related livestock programme experiences in Sudan, in order to provide examples of Sudan praxis. Based on these case studies and the current LEGS guidelines, lessons are drawn to promote better practice by drawing lessons that can be used to improve future planning and implementation of livestock emergency response in both Sudan and globally.

The study was originally published by the Feinstein International Center at Tufts University. 

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