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Food Security and Nutrition resources

Food Security and Nutrition resources

Why food remittances matter: rural-urban linkages and food security in Africa

The transfer of funds by migrants to their home countries (cash remittances) is at an all-time high. By 2017, it is predicted to rise to US$500 billion – and there is a growing policy consensus that cash remittances can be mainstreamed into development. Equally, food remitting also has a role to...

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Urbanisation, rural transformations and food systems: the role of small towns

Small towns are an essential but often-neglected element of rural landscapes and food systems. They perform a number of essential functions, from market nodes to providers of services and goods and non-farm employment to their own population as well as that of the wider surrounding region. In...

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Designing nutrition-sensitive agriculture investments

This manual is designed guide programme planners in the design of nutrition-sensitive programmes. It is based on a thorough review of experience on nutrition-sensitive Agriculture, was developed through extensive consultation within FAO and with its development partners, and has been field-...

Food Security and Nutrition resources

The right to adequate food and decent rural employment: joining forces

This advocacy brief explores in practice the linkages between the right to adequate food and rural decent employment and how they can mutually reinforce each other and maximize the results achieved with national and local partners. Its objective is to focus on raising awareness and increasing...

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OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2016-2025

Medium-term prospects of global agriculture

For the sector to meet the expanding demand for food, feed and raw products for industrial uses, significant production growth is needed. This expansion will have to take place in the face of declining land and water...

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