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FSN Forum in Africapart of the Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition

The Forum on Food Security and Nutrition in Africa (FSN Forum in Africa) is a regional multi-stakeholder platform on food security and nutrition where knowledge links with practice and policy decisions through a facilitated policy dialogue.

FSN Forum in Africa is fully integrated into the overall activities of FAO’s Global FSN Forum and provides a channel to contribute to initiatives and voice ideas and concerns on food security and nutrition in the region.

This Forum is available in English and French and is based in the Agricultural Development Economics Division (ESA) in FAO.

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