CFS 44 Side Events: Abstracts

Monday 9 Oct 13.00 - 14.30

Red Room

37 Feminism , Forests and Food security

Organisers: Ministry of Enterprise, Sweden, Sida, SLU, SIANI, Vi-Agroforestry, FTA, LRF. 

 

Iran Room

#72 Rural Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship for Food and Nutrition Security

Organisers:  EU Commission, Germany

 

Iraq Room

33 Commitment and contribution of the Parliamentarians to achieve SDG2

Organisers: División de Asociaciones y promoción institucional y desarrollo de la capacidad. DPS, FAO, Spanish Agency for International Cooperation for Development (AECID). Oficina  Regional para América Latina y el Caribe, FAO. Frente Parlamentario Contra el Hambre de América Latina y el Caribe, FPH-LAC

 

Philippines Room

63 Unravelling the Food-Health Nexus

Organisers: IPES-Food, Global Alliance for the Future of Food, Italy, Nigeria

 

Lebanon Room

12 Contributing to sustaining peace and conflict prevention: perspectives from agriculture, food security and nutrition.   

Organisers: Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN, Permanent Representation of the Netherlands, Quakers UN Office, World Food Programme

Monday 9 Oct 18.00 - 19.30

Red Room

29 Market development for nutrition

Organisers: Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Office of the Prime Minister (OPM), Uganda, SNV Netherlands Development Organisation (SNV), International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Iraq Room

 

49 The Impact of Increasing Capital Flows to Rural Areas

Organisers: Global Donor Working Group on Land, USAID

Philippines Room

20 What today’s young agricultural leaders need to meet tomorrow’s SDG challenges

Organisers: Nuffield International. ETG Farmers Foundation. Private Sector Mechanism

Lebanon Room

75 Are the Voluntary guidelines on the responsible governance of tenure (VGGTs) Strengthening Indigenous and Community Land Rights?

Organisers: Land Rights Now, FAO, International Land Coalition

Tuesday 10 Oct 8.30 - 10.00

Red Room

64 Operationalization of an SDG2 indicator: The Global Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP), and the Food Insecurity Experience Scale (FIES)

United Kingdom (UK), Global Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP), Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), ActionAid.

 

Iran Room

40 Full-cost accounting for sustainable food and nutrition security

Netherlands and the Natural Capital Coalition, in cooperation with the European Commission, International Finance Corporation and FAO

Iraq Room

 

90 Integrating nutrition in practice in sustainable agricultural programs and policies

France & Kyrgyzstan. European Union. Action Against Hunger. IFOAM – Organics International

Philippines Room

 

23 Agroforestry practices hold the key to food security and resilience. 

Inga Foundation, Sustainable Harvest International, FAST International, PSM

Lebanon Room

15 Changing Lives, Nourishing Dreams: Regional Initiative for School Meals and Social Protection in the Middle East and North Africa

WFP Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia & Europe Regional Bureau. Tunisia. Lebanon. FAO Near East & North Africa Regional Office Lebanon Room

Tuesday 10 Oct 13.00 - 14.30

Tuesday 10 Oct 18.00 - 19.30

Red Room

2 Forest, Food and Energy

Organisers: FAO - Forestry Department. BMZ - Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany. GIZ - The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit

 

Iran Room

13 Multi-stakeholder action to promote food diversity from farm to plate

Organisers: International Institute for Environment & Development, Hivos, UN Environment & Zambian Embassy in Rome    

Iraq Room

69 Tackling the challenges of climate change and food security: the role of farmers as stewards of the environment

Organisers: WFO, GRA. Government of New Zealand. IFA. Government of Canada

Philippines Room

53 Reclaiming healthy and sustainable diets as a public good

Organisers: Civil Society Mechanism and IPES-Food

Lebanon Room

11 The Voluntary Guidelines for Sustainable Soil Management for the achievement of a zero hunger world

Organisers: Global Soil Partnership (GSP). FAO. European Commission (EC). World Farmers’ Organization (WFO)

Wednesday 11 Oct 8.30 - 10.00

Red Room

28 Forests, trees and agroforestry for food security and nutrition and the SDGs:  research and partners, towards a joint action agenda.

CGIAR program on Forests, Trees and Agroforestry (FTA), FAO, The Netherlands, Tropenbos Intl. and SIANI

Iran Room

51 Women’s roles and rights in situations of food crises, famines and conflict

Civil Society Mechanism for relations with CFS

Iraq Room

61 Counting the Beans - Affording a healthy diet and nutritious food
 
Madagascar, Pakistan, WFP, Mastercard

Philippines Room

60 How Cross-Sectoral Partnerships Help Smallholders Deliver a More Food Secure Future
 
Organisers: CABI. IFAD. CropLife International. Ministry of Agriculture, Myanmar.

Lebanon Room

 

32 Applying the VGGT in agribusiness investment projects: learning from LEGEND and other responsible investment pilots

LEGEND -  DFID Land Governance Support Programme

Wednesday 11 Oct 13.00 - 14.30

Red Room

82 The role of Food Security and Nutrition governance in promoting the Right to Food

Organisers: Brazil, Germany, UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, National Council on Food and Nutrition Security of Brazil

Iran Room

56 Territorial approach to urban rural transformations and food security in Africa

Organisers: Niger. CIRAD. FAO. France

Iraq Room

22 Delivering on the SDGs by focusing on gender equality and women's empowerment and leadership for better food security and nutrition for all

Organisers: EU. PSM.

Lebanon Room

71 How can agricultural investments promote quality, safe and nutritious foods for healthy diets?

Organisers: Member State, World Bank, IFAD, IFPRI, WHO and FAO

Wednesday 11 Oct 14.30 - 15.00

Sheikh Zayed Centre

Launch: 18 Mainstreaming Agrobiodiversity in Sustainable Food Systems: Scientific foundations for an Agrobiodiversity Index

Bioversity International, EC DEVCO, Italy, Syngenta, UN Standing Committee on Nutrition, Mexico (tbc), India (tbc)

Thursday 12 Oct 8.30 - 10.00

Red Room

84 Improving child nutrition: strategies for obesity prevention and control

Ministry of Health of Brazil, Permanent Representation of Brazil to FAO, IFAD and WFP

Iran Room

06 The regional and national state of food security and nutrition within the framework of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

FAO, Sudan, Colombia, Egypt, Philippines

Iraq Room

31 SDGs, Food Security and Tenure Rights

Global Land Tool Network (GLTN). Land Alliance, Inc. Land Portal Foundation. Omidyar Network. UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (UN SDSN)

Philippines Room

39 The potential of migration for Food Security and Nutrition

Permanent Representation of Italy to the RBAs. FAO. ECDPM. Action Aid Italy

Lebanon Room

14 “Walk the talk”: Key achievements in the fight against climate change in light of the 2012 HLPE recommendations

IFAD, WFP and FAO. Civil Society Mechanism (CSM)   

Thursday 12 Oct 13.00 - 14.30

Red Room

79 How reducing post-harvest losses can advance the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development   

University of Zurich, AGRA, CCRS, Embassy of Egypt, Biovision, FANRPAN, Helvetas, Rockefeller Foundation, Vestergaard S.A., WFP

Iran Room

25 Women empowerment for better resilience in pastoral communities

Pastoralist Knowledge Hub, AECID, ILRI, CILSS – PRAPS, CELEP, Eastern and Southern Africa Pastoralist Network, ICR

Iraq Room

62 FReSH: evidence based actions towards healthy, enjoyable and sustainable diets for all

WBCSD. EAT Foundation. CGIAR. GAIN. WWF.

Philippines Room

73 Trade, Investment and Food Security

CCSI, IISD, UN SDSN

Lebanon Room

66 The Social and Economic Impact of the Double Burden of Malnutrition   

WFP. ECLAC.

Thursday 12 Oct 14.30 - 15.00

Sheikh Zayed Centre

Launch: 9 Climate Smart Agriculture - Building Resilience to Climate Change

Climate-Smart Agriculture, FAO

Thursday 12 Oct 18.00 - 19.30

Red Room

77 Is low carbon meat possible?

Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock

Iran Room

85 Food Systems in an Urbanizing World

Agriculture Global Practice, World Bank

Iraq Room

48 Fostering nutrition mainstreaming through Rome Based Agencies (FAO, IFAD, WFP) Collaboration for Africa

IFAD. FAO. WFO. Botswana. Zambia. HIVOS, Zambia. JICA.

Philippines Room

55 Global Hearing of the Landless

CSM Constituency of the Landless, formed by Landless Movements from all continents

Mexico Room

21 Growing Together, transforming agricultural value chains in Bangladesh

Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO), Syngenta, Bank Asia and Blue Number partner in the Growing Together project        

Friday 13 Oct 8.30 - 10.00

Red Room

54 Agribusiness Mega-Mergers’ Threat to World Food Security

Civil Society Mechanism for relations with CFS

Iran Room

58 Linking agriculture and health to shape food environments for healthy diets

UNSCN in collaboration with the government of Ecuador

Iraq Room

34 Protracted crises and malnutrition:

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Ministry of Forest, Environment & Climate Change – Ethiopia (tbc)   

Philippines Room

44 Strengthening Smallholder Seed Enterprises for Food, Nutrition and Income Security

Gorta-Self Help Africa. Irish Aid. Bioversity International. FAO

Lebanon Room

91 Open Data for Sustainable Food Security and Nutrition

GODAN, FAO, MUN Academy, BMGF, USAID, DFID

Friday 13 Oct 13.00 - 14.30

Red Room

36 An intergenerational knowledge exchange: indigenous forest management and food security in the context of climate change

FAO, FILAC, GIYC, IWGIA, Norway, Panama, UNDP - UNREDD, UNPFII

Iran Room

41 FAO Dimitra Clubs for improved food security and nutrition


Kingdom of Belgium. European Union. FAO.

Iraq Room

38 Increasing food security through sustainable agricultural practices. Which role for organic agriculture?

Permanent Representation of Italy to the RBAs. Permanent Representation of Mexico to the RBAs. IFOAM Organics International. OANI.

Philippines Room

1 SDGs and small-scale fisheries: meeting commitments and realizing the right to adequate food

FAO. UN OHCHR. IFAD. ECOWAS. IPC Fisheries Working Group (TBC). Norway

Lebanon Room

52 Visions for the CFS 2022

Civil Society Mechanism to CFS

Friday 13 Oct 14.30 - 15.00

Sheikh Zayed Centre

92 Launch of the Global Programme on Fusarium Wilt Disease of Banana

FAO, Bioversity International, IITA, WBF, Indonesia, Uganda and Costa Rica