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Fed Up: Now's the Time to Invest in Agroecology

With case study evidence from Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia and Pakistan, and citing global studies and surveys, this report argues that agro-ecology – or ecological agriculture – offers tools that
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Evaluation of ActionAid's response to the 2010 Pakistan floods

Heavy monsoon rains led to massive flooding across large parts of Pakistan in 2010, affecting up to 20 million people. ActionAid responded to the disaster immediately, working with local partners and
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The evolving UN Cluster Approach in the aftermath of the Pakistan earthquake; an NGO perspective

The South Asia earthquake on 8 October 2006 claimed at least 73,000 lives. Measuring 7.6 on the Richter scale, it left many others without food, clothes and shelter to face the harsh winter.  The many
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It's the thought that counts - humanitarian principles and practice in Pakistan

This report explores humanitarian principles and practice in the aftermath of the 2009 conflict in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, and gives reccomendations for how to increase awaresness of the
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Climate Resilient Sustainable Agriculture (CRSA) Experiences

Climate Resilient Sustainable Agriculture (CRSA) is an initiative ActionAid and partners have been developing, based on the science and practices of agroecology and the recognition of people’s right
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Climate Resilient Sustainable Agriculture: Experiences from ActionAid and its partners

Climate Resilient Sustainable Agriculture (CRSA) is an initiative ActionAid and partners have been developing, based on the science and practices of agroecology and the recognition of people’s right
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Rebuilding Lives post 2010 floods

This publication summarises ActionAid's response to the Pakistan floods of 2010, illustrated by stories from those affected.  The document highlights some of the key achievements of our work and
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Rebuilding Lives: Pakistan's policy challenges in responding to the 2010 floods

One year on from the start of devastating floods in Pakistan, this brief outlines the policy challenges which continue to hamper rehabilitation efforts.  Key issues covered include the prioritisation

Tax, privatisation and the right to education

This report brings together participatory research carried out in Ghana, Kenya, Uganda and Pakistan as part of the Tax, Privatisation and Right to Education multi country project.
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Disaster Risk Reduction in Pakistan - the contribution of DEC member agencies 2010-2012

When floods swept large parts of Pakistan in 2010, an estimated 20 million people were affected.  Besides the slow response, the absence of comprehensive Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and preparedness