Comprehensive analysis of the disaster risk reduction system for the agricultural sector in Georgia
This report aims to highlight the current strengths of the institutional DRR system for agriculture in Georgia as well as indicate existing gaps and capacity needs to further enhance it. A comprehensive assessment is conducted, which includes a general overview of the country’s agricultural sector and outlines the most frequent natural hazards that are impacting the sector. It is followed by an analysis of the existing legal, policy, and institutional structure and discusses various components of the system, including the functioning of early warning systems, assessments of disaster risks, post-disaster needs assessments, including damages and losses assessments, and the availability of agricultural insurance for farmers. It concludes by providing recommendations for capacity-building interventions to strengthen the current system to reduce the adverse impacts of natural hazards, in particular, floods, landslides and droughts, and climate change on agriculture in Georgia.
|Organization||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)|
|Type of resource||Country experiences|
|Year of Release||2022|