Survey on gardening interventions in humanitarian emergencies and conflict-affected settings

What? HG4RR is mapping the current state of small-scale garden interventions in conflict-affected and emergency settings. We would like to know more about what gardening interventions have already been implemented in these settings. 

What for? Your replies will be used to classify the types of garden interventions across different emergency settings, to understand what works and what does not, and to identify existing knowledge gaps. 

The request: Please answer the following set of questions, which will take 10-15 minutes.

Deadline: October 31, 2019.

Feedback: If you choose to keep in touch, we will send you the findings of our study.

Data protection: Personal information shared with us through this survey will not be included in the analysis of the data, the study report, or made publicly available in any form. This information will only be used to facilitate future communication. All personal data will be deleted immediately when the study comes to an end. 

Background: HG4RR is a network of experts who work on topics related to home gardens, resilience, food security, and interventions. HG4RR promotes our understanding of how informal small-scale gardening acts as a coping strategy to strengthen the food and nutritional security and resilience of vulnerable households living under extreme uncertainty or in humanitarian crises. HG4RR is hosted by IGZ.

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