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المنتدى العالمي المعني بالأمن الغذائي والتغذية

Topic: Poverty

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لقضاء على الفقر المدقع: ما هو دور الزراعة؟

في إطار هذه المناقشة عبر الإنترنت، نود أن ندعوك للتفكير في العلاقة بين الفقر المدقع وانعدام الأمن الغذائي.

في حين أن هناك القليل من الشك في أن الجوع والفقر مرتبطان ارتباطاً وثيقاً، فإن السياسات والتدخلات التي تعالج الجوع والفقر المدقع غالباً ما تكون خاصة بقطاعات بعينها وتتناول أي من هاتين المشكلتين.

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FSN Forum seminar on “How to end hunger in times of crises”

The Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum) organized a seminar on a recently published book entitled: How to end hunger in times of crises. Let’s start now! inviting FSN Forum members in Rome and interested FAO staff to join a discussion with the two authors, Andrew MacMillan and Ignacio Trueba.

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FSN Forum seminar on “Ending Hunger Worldwide”

The FSN Forum held its first “live”event on the occasion of Human Rights Day, 10th of December 2010, inviting Romebased members and friends to a presentation and discussion with George Kent, Professor of Political Science at the University of Hawai’i and active member of the FSN Forum.

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FSN Forum seminar on “Street Food. Culture, Economy, Health and Governance”

The FSN Forum hosted a presentation of the book “Street Food. Culture, Economy, Health and Governance” in FAO, 9 December 2014. This book provides a comprehensive perspective on street food, on its immense cultural diversity and economic significance both in developing and developed countries.

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Nutrition-sensitive social protection programmes around the world – What’s being done and to what effect?

The discussion's aim is to take stock of what countries around the world are doing in the area of nutrition-sensitive social protection – their successes and their challenges - and to provide a mechanism for stakeholders globally to engage in the dialogue and exchange experiences and lessons learned. 

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Street food and urban and periurban agriculture and horticulture: perspectives for a strategic coalition towards food security

The aim of this discussion is to share perspectives on actual and potential links between street food vending and urban and periurban agriculture and horticulture, analyzing if and in which way such links may represent the basis for possible strategies to enhance food security in urban areas. 

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برنامج العمل المعني بالتصدي لانعدام الأمن الغذائي في الأزمات الممتدة

تعد الأزمات الممتدة من بين السياقات الأكثر تحديا التي يتم من خلالها  التصدي لانعدام الأمن الغذائي وسوء التغذية. وفي عام 2010، انتهت لجنة الأمن الغذائي العالمي إلى أن الأزمات الممتدة  تحتاج إلى عناية خاصة. وقد تم إطلاق عملية تشاورية من أجل صياغة وضمان ملكية برنامج العمل المعني بالتصدي لانعدام الأمن الغذائي في الأزمات الممتدة. وتهدف هذه المشاورة الإلكترونية إلى الاستفادة من التعليقات والمدخلات التي تم تلقيها حتى وقتنا هذا من خلال توفير فرصة للأفراد والمنظمات التي لم تتمكن بعد من المشاركة في الاجتماعات الفعلية.

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What is the role of social relations and networks in household food security and nutrition?

The ability to access and consume nutritious food is to some extent an outcome of their membership and relationships with other members of society. This is especially true in times of crises. To identify and discuss success stories, challenges and way forward to achieving food and nutritional security, this discussion focuses on social relations and networks for food security and nutrition.

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Indigenous methods of food preparation: what is their impact on food security and nutrition?

Communities use knowledge that is passed from generation to generation to prepare their food. Each technique and has its very peculiar implications on the socio-economic dynamics of a typical rural household. Can we consider indigenous methods of food preparation as a viable means for achieving food security and nutrition in rural poor communities?

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Payments for environmental services (PES) in theory and practice: Lessons learned and way forward

The concept of paying farmers and rural dwellers for the environmental services they provide has gained prominence as a tool for achieving ecosystem conservation and, at the same time, improving the livelihoods of farmers as environmental service providers. There are however many open questions with regard to the scope of PES, their cost-effectiveness in addressing the growing global challenges of climate change and food security, and its underlying economic assumptions. In this online discussion we hope to find answers on how best to address the challenges and opportunities based on prior practical experience and research.

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