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Sustainable Agricultural Systems (SAS)
Humanitarian Action (HUM)

Indicator 1: % of agricultural area under sustainable
agricultural and natural resource management practices

Indicator 1: Food Consumption Score (FCS)

Indicator 2: % increased yield or productivity per unit area (or productivity (in yield)

Indicator 2: Household Dietary Diversity Score (HDDS)

Indicator 3: % of women farmers with access to, control over, or ownership of a core set of productive resources, assets, and services

Indicator 3: Coping strategies Index (household asset base and coping ability)

Indicator 4: Months of Adequate Household Food Provisioning (MAHFP)

Indicator 4: Livelihood Protection Deficit

Indicator 5: Increased adaptive capacity among households and communities dependent on small-scale food production

Indicator 5: Quantity consumed in terms of Kcals per person per day

Indicator 6: Livelihood change (strategies and Assets)

Nutrition (NUT)
Sustainable Economies (SE)

Indicator 1: % of children aged 0–59 months with moderate or severe wasting

Indicator 1: % increase in income compared to baseline for HH/impact population

Indicator 2: Proportion of children 6–23 months of age who receive a minimum acceptable diet (MAD)

Indicator 2: Total amount of savings made by impact population

Indicator 3: % of women (15-49 years) who consume at least 5 out of 10 defined food groups

Indicator 3: # of policies, norms and practices changed for more gender inclusive and sustainable economies

Indicator 4:% of women of reproductive age (15-49 years) and % of children 6-23 months/ 6-59 months with anemia

Indicator 4: # of sustainable enterprises supported contributing to FNS&CCR outcomes

Indicator 5: Proportion of infants 0–5 months of age who are fed exclusively with breast milk

Indicator 5: # of new employment created for impact population

Indicator 6: MUAC for children 5-59 months and women of reproductive age 15-49 years

Indicator 6: % adults actively using a financial service (formal and informal, including a mobile money service) in the past 12 months