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Women's resilience to food price volatility: A policy response 

In a high and volatile food price setting, two aspects determine rural women’s ability to absorb and respond to shocks: the inequalities that create a gender gap in rural development and women’s traditional roles in society and the household. This discussion paper points to these two aspects that, in general terms, reduce women’s ability to cope with food price volatility. Rural women, traditionally responsible for (...)
2014
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Food and agriculture policy decisions - Trends emerging issues and policy alignements since the 2007/08 food security crisis - Executive summary 

The 2013 FAPDA global report reviews a broad range of food security and agricultural development policy decisions implemented in 71 developing countries of Africa (27), Asia (24) and Latin America and the Caribbean, LAC (20). The countries covered represent 81, 90 and 98 percent of the total population in Africa, Asia and LAC, respectively. The review focuses on policy trends, common practices and emerging issues over the (...)
2014
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Asia Pacific food price and policy monitor: July 2013 - Issue 1 

The Asia Pacific Food Price and Policy Monitor is a monthly report produced by the FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. It monitors food prices in local markets and provides readers with up-to-date food and agricultural policy developments across the Asia-Pacific region. Each issue highlights the most important developments in the region and provides a regional as well as country specific overview of the food (...)
RAP Publication ,  2013
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Asia Pacific food price and policy monitor: August 2013 - Issue 2 

The Asia Pacific Food Price and Policy Monitor is a monthly report produced by the FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. It monitors food prices in local markets and provides readers with up-to-date food and agricultural policy developments across the Asia-Pacific region. Each issue highlights the most important developments in the region and provides a regional as well as country specific overview of the food (...)
RAP Publication ,  2013
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Asia Pacific food price and policy monitor: September 2013 - Issue 3 

The Asia Pacific Food Price and Policy Monitor is a monthly report produced by the FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. It monitors food prices in local markets and provides readers with up-to-date food and agricultural policy developments across the Asia-Pacific region. Each issue highlights the most important developments in the region and provides a regional as well as country specific overview of the food (...)
RAP Publication  [ Issue 3 ] ,  2013
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Asia Pacific Food Price and Policy Monitor: November 2013 - Issue 5 

The Asia Pacific Food Price and Policy Monitor is a monthly report produced by the FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. It monitors food prices in local markets and provides readers with up-to-date food and agricultural policy developments across the Asia-Pacific region. Each issue highlights the most important developments in the region and provides a regional as well as country specific overview of the food (...)
RAP Publication  [ Issue 5 ] ,  2013
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Asia Pacific Food Price and Policy Monitor: December 2013 - Issue 6 

The Asia Pacific Food Price and Policy Monitor is a monthly report produced by the FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. It monitors food prices in local markets and provides readers with up-to-date food and agricultural policy developments across the Asia-Pacific region. Each issue highlights the most important developments in the region and provides a regional as well as country specific overview of the food (...)
RAP Publication  [ Issue 6 ] ,  2013
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Food and agriculture policy decisions - Trends, emerging issues and policy alignments since the 2007/08 food security crisis 

The report reviews a broad range of food security and agricultural development policy decisions implemented over the period 2007 to 2012 in more than 70 countries in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. Selected policy decisions were analysed following FAPDA’s classification, dividing policy decisions into three main categories: producer-oriented policies, consumer-oriented policies, as well as trade-oriented and (...)
2013
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National consultation on policy and programmatic actions to address high food prices in Solomon Islands, 8-9 May, 2012, Heritage Park Hotel, Honiara, Solomon Islands 

2012
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National Consultation on Policy and Programmatic Actions to Address High Food Prices in Vanuatu, 16-17 April, 2012, Le Lagon Resort, Port Vila, Vanuatu 

2012
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National Consultation on Policy and Programmatic Actions to Address High Food Prices in Niue, 01-02 May, 2012, Niue Sports Club, Alofi, Niue 

2012
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National Consultation on Policy and Programmatic Actions to Address High Food Prices in Cook Islands, 19 - 20 Aprl, 2012 New Hope Hall, Avarua, Rarotonga, Cook Islands 

2012
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Improving Policy Response to the Differentiated Impacts of High and Volatile Food Prices on Rural Women 

In a high and volatile food price setting, two aspects determine rural women’s ability to absorb and respond to shocks: the inequalities that create a gender gap in rural development and women’s traditional roles in society. This chapter points to these two aspects that in general terms reduce women’s ability to cope with food price volatility. Rural women, traditionally responsible for providing food and health in the (...)
2012
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The 2007-08 Rice Price Crisis 

After increasing slowly and steadily from historic lows, world rice prices tripled in just six months during 2007-08. The price surge caused much anxiety because so many of the world’s poor are rice consumers. And it caught many by surprise as market fundamentals were sound. Indeed, it was government policies, rather than changes in the production and consumption of rice, that drove the surge. This suggests that improved (...)
ES Policy Briefs Economic and Social Perspectives  [ 13 ] ,  2011
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Guide for Policy and Programmatic Actions at Country Level to Address High Food Prices 

This guide, developed in the context of FAO's Initiative on Soaring Food Prices (ISFP), was initiated by José María Sumpsi, Assistant Director-General of FAO’s Technical Cooperation Programme. It began with a brainstorming session with staff from FAO's Policy Assistance and Resources Mobilization Division. FAO staff from across the house contributed to this guide including Tom Osborne, Jan Poulisse, Michael Robson, Ed (...)
2011
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Price Volatility in Agricultural Markets 

Recent bouts of extreme price volatility in global agricultural markets portend rising and more frequent threats to world food security. To reduce countries’ vulnerability, policies should improve market functioning and equip countries to better cope with the adverse effects of extreme volatility.
ES Policy Briefs Economic and Social Perspectives  [ 12 ] ,  2011
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Policy Brief: The Case for Energy Smart Food Systems 

An interdisciplinary ‘nexus’ approach is necessary to ensure that food, energy and climate are jointly addressed, trade-offs considered, and appropriate safeguards are put in place. These issues will not be addressed through a single initiative. Because of its importance, scope and complexity, this challenge must be met through participation of a broad constituency of interested parties. This demands a multi partner (...)
2011
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Effectiveness of Policy Responses to the 2008 Food Crisis: Evidence from Five Countries in West Africa 

This brief aims to inform policy makers and other stakeholders about the experiences gained in five countries in West Africa: Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Mali, Niger and Senegal. The discussion focuses on short-term interventions that aimed at reducing food prices right away. In the analysis all prices are adjusted for inflation using the Consumer Price Index in each country and measured in 2005 constant CFA franc, which is (...)
2011
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Addressing high food prices: A synthesis report of FAO policy consultations at regional and subregional level 

The 2007-2008 food price crisis happened at a time when global food stocks were at their lowest level in decades. From 1960 to 2000, the growth rate of cereal yields had dropped by half, a by-product of 30 years of underinvestment in agriculture and general neglect of the sector. During the 2007-2008 food price crisis, some governments acted in haste, imposing export restrictions or engaging in panic buying and hoarding, (...)
2011
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Food and agricultural policy trends after the 2008 food security crisis : renewed attention to agricultural development 

The purpose of this paper is to examine whether the policy swings observed in 2008 were confirmed in the following years, by collecting and analysing information on decisions of both short and long-term food and agriculture policies. As in the 2008 paper, policy responses here are categorised into three groups: producer-oriented, consumer-oriented, and tradeoriented policy decisions. The classification of policies has been (...)
EASYPol Resources for policy making  [ module 125 ] ,  2011
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Gender and Land Rights 

Increasing women’s access to land is crucial to fight hunger and poverty. However, gender disparities in land access remain significant in most countries, regardless of their level of development. A new FAO database helps to understand the factors that prevent women from accessing land; and to design better policies to effectively address this situation.
ES Policy Briefs Economic and Social Perspectives  [ 8 ] ,  2010
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When Emergencies Last for Decades 

33 countries currently face a food security crisis, 14 of which have been in this situation for more than a decade. When emergencies continue for such extended periods of time, traditional humanitarian and development paradigms are not suitable for guiding effective responses. Rather than engaging in ad hoc relief programmes, interventions should follow longer term strategies and build on local institutions.
ES Policy Briefs Economic and Social Perspectives  [ 7 ] ,  2010
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Price surges in food markets 

The drastic increase of food prices in the period 2006-2008 spurred fears of global food insecurity. Apart from actual changes in supply and demand of some commodities, the upward swing might also have been amplified by speculation in organized futures markets. However, limiting or banning speculative trading might do more harm than good.
ES Policy Briefs Economic and Social Perspectives  [ 9 ] ,  2010
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Fighting Poverty and Hunger 

Towns and cities are growing rapidly in developing countries. This process is often accompanied by high levels of poverty and hunger, leading many urban dwellers to engage in farming activities to help satisfy their food needs. Policy makers need to recognize this reality and actively seize the opportunities offered by urban agriculture.
ES Policy Briefs Economic and Social Perspectives  [ 10 ] ,  2010
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Making the Food Aid Convention meet the realities of the 21st century 

Emergency situations have become increasingly frequent over the past 25 years, often coupled with acute and chronic food insecurity in the affected countries. International responses to these crises have generally focused on addressing immediate humanitarian needs, as evidenced by the growing share of food aid that is channeled to emergencies. However, achieving lasting food security would often require an integrated (...)
ES Policy Briefs Economic and Social Perspectives  [ 11 ] ,  2010
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