Contribute Evidence

Do you have evaluations, impact assessments, or reviews that show the impact of agricultural interventions in emergencies in any of the following areas?

1. Seed and seed systems
2. Integrated pest management and disease control
3. Soil fertility
4. Agriculture infrastructure, tools, and machinery
5. Agriculture market systems
6. Securing land access
7. Agriculture knowledge, skills, and abilities transfer
8. Agriculture production systems

Contribute your evidence by contacting us.

Join the SEADS Field Team

We are seeking SEADS Field Teams to represent the perspectives of the communities affected by emergencies and their governments as we develop the standards.

SEADS Field Teams:

  • Bring the field perspective to the Steering Group
  • Develop materials to promote SEADS globally
  • Are recognized publicly for their contribution

Country offices, projects, or individuals focused on livelihoods objectives in emergencies anywhere in the world can apply to join the Team. This role is voluntary.

Contact the SEADS Coordinator to learn more.

Nominate Steering Group Members

We are seeking individuals with significant experience in humanitarian-agriculture or food security programming to join the SEADS Steering Group. 

Do you know someone who meets the following profile?

  • Significant, relevant experience at regional, national, or sub-national level in Latin America, Asia, or the Middle East.
  • Knowledge of humanitarian standards and experience of applying them in humanitarian programs.
  • A good understanding of evidence-based approaches as they apply to humanitarian contexts.
  • Good communication skills and ability to contribute effectively to group discussions and events.

SEADS Steering Group membership is voluntary. Fluency in English is required.

Contact the SEADS Coordinator if you would like to learn more or make a nomination. To apply, please send your CV and a brief narrative description of how you meet the above qualifications to the SEADS Coordinator. 


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