Right to food - Lesson learned in Brazil

RIGHT TO FOOD
Lesson learned in Brazil



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Food and Agriculture Organization
Rome, 2007



TABLE OF CONTENTS

    INTRODUCTION
    BACKGROUND INFORMATION

      1. IDENTIFYING THE HUNGRY

      2. ASSESSING LAWS, POLICIES AND INSTITUTIONS

      3. SOUND FOOD SECURITY STRATEGY

      4. ALLOCATING ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      5. LEGAL FRAMEWORK

      6. MONITORING

      7. LEGAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE RECOURSE MECHANISMS

      8. CAPACITY BUILDING


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