Agricultural Development Economics
 

Manuals and guidelines

Year of publication

How to analyze budgets

As a way to monitor, evaluate and influence the realization of the right to food
FAO [ 2007 ]
Budget analysis is crucial in evaluating government decisions about allocation and distribution of scarce resources among competing priorities, and whether [...]
   
Developing a strategy to implement the right to food must begin by evaluating the current situation. Right to Food Guideline* [...]
   
Legislative measures for the implementation of the human right to adequate food are highlighted both in the International Covenant on [...]
   
Monitoring through the periodic collection, analysis and interpretation, and dissemination of relevant information is critical to know whether progress is [...]
   

Right to Food

Lessons learned in Brazil
FAO [ 2007 ]
One-third of Brazil’s export earnings come from agriculture, yet in 2004, 72 million of its 185 million residents were affected [...]
   

The right to food in practice

Implementation at the national level
FAO [ 2006 ]
This paper gives practical guidance as to how to implement the right to food at the national level, with examples [...]
   

Anti-Hunger Programme: A twin-track approach to hunger reduction

Priorities for national and international action
FAO [ 2003 ]
The world now produces much more food than is required to provide everyone with an adequate diet, yet 840 million [...]
   
The World Food Summit (Rome, November 1996) recognized the urgency of improving the information available to governments, their international partners [...]
   
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