Jameel Observatory for Food Security Early Action community@jo.dgroups.io

The Jameel Observatory for Food Security Early Action is an international partnership led by the University of Edinburgh collaborating with the International Livestock Research Institute(ILRI), Save the Children, the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) and Community Jameel. Based at ILRI in Nairobi, Kenya, we combine the local knowledge and concerns of communities facing on-the-ground threats of hunger with innovations in data science and humanitarian action; teaming up to devise solutions that can predict, prepare for, and overcome climate-related food security and malnutrition challenges in dryland areas. jameelobservatory.org

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The Observatory held a face to face community meeting in Nairobi; it is working on a set of challenge questions; it is running a series of virtual mini-dialogues to help identify action research and learning priorities for the Observatory.

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