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This report presents the summary of key findings of the field assessment and the multi-stakeholder dialogues conducted in Ikwoto County. Ikwoto county assessment captures the reality of local seed systems in two unique contexts; one cluster is characterised by agro-orientation and border dynamics including the return of refugees (cluster 1 Ikwoto) and the other by agro-pastoralist livelihoods in a rural setting (cluster 2 Chahari). County-based reports make it easier for government, humanitarian actors and local private seed companies to design specific interventions for each county to build seed systems resilience. The report builds on the findings of South Sudan seed security assessments undertaken by FAO and partners across South Sudan, including Ikwoto County.
Authors: Tony Ngalamu, Abishkar Subedi, Gerrit-Jan van Uffelen