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About SEADS

Learn about the SEADS project in less than four minutes.

How SEADS can help people in BidiBidi Refugee Settlement

Adam Riddell, Director of Emergency Funding at World Vision, visits BidiBidi Refugee Settlement in Uganda and discusses how SEADS will help inform programming for people there and in other refugee situations.

Three reasons why SEADS is important

Gregory Gottlieb, director of the Feinstein International Center at Tufts University, describes why SEADS is important.

NEWS

Check out the latest articles featuring SEADS:

"COVID-19 restrictions as an emergency for agricultural livelihoods: Evidence from 11 countries"

SEADS

Neil Marsland, July 2021

"What do we know about users of humanitarian standards?"

Sphere

Anne Radday, July 2021

"Emergency Agriculture Projects: Do They Work and How Do We Know?"

Agrilinks

Joe Dever, June 2021

"Help Develop the SEADS Standards for Agricultural Interventions in Emergencies! Share Your Evidence."

Agrilinks

Anne Radday, October 2020

“New Effort to Support Agriculture Response in Emergencies”

Feinstein International Center

Greg Gottlieb and Racey Henderson, May 2020

“Improving Agricultural Interventions in Emergencies”

Agrilinks

Anne Radday, May 2020

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