Fragility to Resilience in Central and West Asia and North Africa
The CGIAR Initiative on Fragility to Resilience in Central and West Asia and North Africa (F2R-CWANA) is building resilient agrifood systems that can withstand the impact of climate change, generate economic opportunities, and deliver better incomes and livelihoods for rural communities in the region.
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Where We Work
This Initiative has a global and regional focus, with countries being prioritized as a result of the Initiative’s work. Selected countries for initial data collection are listed below.
Partnerships are essential to the success of CGIAR Initiatives. Each Initiative will engage a wide range of different types of partners supporting demand, innovation, and scaling, including: academic, training and research partners; private-sector partners; government and other public-sector partners; multilateral organizations; foundations; international, regional, national and local NGOs; and public–private partnerships.