Standards for Supporting Crop-relaled Livelihoods in Emergencies

The SEADS Handbook (SEADS) 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. The SEADS principles and minimum standards guide decision making and allow you to:

  • determine if a crop-related response is appropriate, necessary, and feasible
  • prioritize which crop-related response area may achieve livelihood objectives given the context
  • track alignment of your projects with minimum standards
  • measure impact from crop-related crisis response.

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