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Managing Famine Risk

Linking Early Warning to Early Action.

This report is the final output of the Chatham House research project Translating Famine Early Warning into Early Action, led by the Energy, Environment and Resources Department. The project explored the barriers that hinder appropriate response to early warning of slow-onset food crises. The report builds on the author's earlier report Famine Early Warning and Early Action: the Cost of Delay, and on the findings of field research in West Africa and East Africa conducted by the Chatham House Africa Programme.

Rob Bailey
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