The unprecedented food crisis situation in the Horn of Africa has created demand in the food security community for discussions about how to achieve humanitarian-development-peace (HDP) coherence. HDP coherence involves linking efforts across the spectrum of programming from short-term relief to long-term peace and development.
From May 9-12, 2023*, USAID’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance, Bureau for Resilience and Food Security, Kenya and East Africa Mission, and IGAD, in collaboration with IDEAL and RLA, will convene the Greater Horn of Africa Resilience Network’s stakeholders for a peer-to-peer Regional Knowledge Sharing Meeting (RKSM) to discuss how to work towards HDP coherence to address the food crisis.
This event is by invitation only and will take place in Naivasha, Kenya. It will include six countries: Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, and Uganda.
*May 12 will be dedicated to optional skills building workshops. To learn more about these options,