STUDY REPORT ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE LIVESTOCK EMERGENCY GUIDELINES AND STANDARDS (LEGS) IN ETHIPOIA AND KENYA

The LEGS effectiveness study was conducted by Vetwork UK consultants in June and July 2013 over a four week period in Ethiopia and Kenya. The study was made possible through support from FAO Subregional Emergency Office for Eastern and Central Africa (REOA) with financial support from European Commission Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection (ECHO) project Drought Risk Reduction Action Plan (DRRAP) focusing on increasing resilience and reducing vulnerability in local communities in the Horn of Africa. The broad objective of the study was to analyse the effectiveness of LEGS‐based interventions at field level in order to provide recommendations for implementing agencies and for the LEGS Project. The Specific Objective was to analyse the appropriateness, feasibility, adoption and timeliness of LEGS interventions, and their cost effectiveness and impact