Shaping a holistic response to COVID-19: Protecting food systems and rural producers

April 27, 2020

The article address the shock faced by food supply chains in developing countries during COVID-19 pandemic. Small and medium sized enterprises suffer the most in the midstream and downstream parts of the agri-food sector. Informal labourers feel vulnerable due to the lack of safety nets. There is difference in the way the rural and urban spheres are impacted. IFAD proposes reccomendations in this document, for bringing about long term stability and change.


Marginalized Migrant Families in Cities who have lost livelihoods during COVID-19

To ensure that Migrant families do not go hungry and are taken care of, have the right information and are guided; with their panic and anxiety addressed and are protected from COVID-19, Swasti is address 3 immediate requirements to protect migrant families – Ration Kits, Hygiene kits and home quarantine kits
Authored by Sara Savastano for the International Fund for Agricultural Development

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