SEADS: Standards for Supporting Crop-related Livelihoods in Emergencies
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Technical Guidance | Tools & Manuals

The SEADS Handbook is a set of international principles and minimum standards that support those responding to a humanitarian crisis to design, implement, and evaluate crop-related crisis responses. It provides guidance to decide whether a crop-related response is appropriate, necessary, and feasible in a specific crisis context. If a crop-related response meets these criteria, the Handbook will help design, implement, and evaluate that response. It is intended for anyone who is involved in crop-related crisis response and is particularly useful for people who provide preparedness, emergency, recovery, and development assistance in areas where crop production contributes to livelihoods