Building Inclusive Coconut-Based Livelihoods in Post-Haiyan Reconstruction in the Philippines

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12 Feb 2014

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Typhoon Haiyan damaged or destroyed more than 33 million coconut trees in the Philippines in November 2013, putting at risk the livelihoods of more than one million farming households. This paper summarizes the key results of consultations in affected provinces, held to help inform the government’s rehabilitation and recovery plans and ensure that their implementation is inclusive and participatory.

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