Foro Global sobre Seguridad Alimentaria y Nutrición • Foro FSN

Topic: Concepts and frameworks

Discusión
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Mujeres en la agricultura y seguridad alimentaria: ¿cómo podemos transformar la retórica en realidad?

Este debate en línea está destinado a enriquecer la discusión que se promoverá con el lanzamiento oficial el 7 de marzo de la publicación principal de la FAO El estado de la agricultura y la alimentación 2010-2011 (SOFA) sobre Las mujeres en la agricultura: cerrar la brecha de género en aras del desarrollo y la celebración por parte de la FAO del Día Internacional de la Mujer el 8 de marzo, que también abordará esta cuestión.

Food Security and Nutrition resources

UN High-Level Task Force on Global Food Security

Food and Nutrition Security: Comprehensive Framework for Action

The United Nations System High Level Task Force on Global Food Security released a summary version of its Updated Comprehensive Framework for Action (UCFA). The UCFA is the UN system-wide coordinated approach for supporting country and regional actions that lead to sustainable and resilient rural livelihoods and food and nutrition security for all.

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Food Security and Nutrition resources

Global Food Losses and Waste

The study highlights the losses occurring along the entire food chain, and makes assessments of their magnitude. Further, it identifies causes of food losses and possible ways of preventing them. The results of the study suggest that roughly one-third of food produced for human consumption is...

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Beyond Food Security

Food security is a strategic component for a nation’s competitiveness. Furthermore, food security can be viewed as a prerequisite for national security. Hence, the paper will focus more on discussing the strategic meaning of food security in moving toward food independence.

How to end hunger in times of crises. Let's start now!

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! We invited FSN Forum members in Rome and interested FAO staff to join a discussion with the two authors, Andrew MacMillan...

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