In pastoral regions of the horn of Africa, policy has often been reactive, sending food aid when drought events decimate assets. However, even when aid is regularized into cash assistance programs, an important question to ask is if there are potentially more cost-effective methods of addressing the problem by treating the causes, rather than its symptoms.
This presentation is based on the AMA Innovation Lab projects for the Engaging Universities to End Global Poverty and Hunger Workshop. This workshop was designed to learn more about how the Feed the Future Innovation Labs and other universities fight to end global poverty and hunger.
This presentation took place at UC Davis on October 17, 2016.