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Nouvelles en matière de sécurité alimentaire et de nutrition

  • Hidden Hunger - From Assessment to Solutions

    The University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany is organising the International Congress on Hidden Hunger , March 6-9, 2013. The Congress has three objectives: 1.) To create awareness of the global problem Hidden Hunger. 2.) To get scientific issues on the agenda of policy makers, academicians, politicians and industry. 3.) To discuss solutions to address the worldwide micronutrient deficiencies. Scientists from different areas, field workers, members of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and representatives from administration, management and policy will be invited to discuss the[...]
  • New FSN Forum publication - Online discussions that make a difference

    The Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition Online discussions that make a difference This special publication showcases some of the FSN Forum's most significant discussions in recent years, on central topics and trends in food security, nutrition, and beyond. From food security concepts to climate change, and from street foods to global governance, see what happens when you “do knowledge sharing right”! Click here to download the publication[...]
  • Just Released: Version 2.0 of the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) Technical Manual

    On the 12 October 2012, the IPC Global Partners ACF, CARE, CILSS, FAO, FEWSNET, FSC, EC-JRC, Oxfam, Save the children, and WFP officially launched Version 2.0 of the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) Technical Manual . The IPC Technical Manual Version 2.0* is a comprehensive revision and update of the IPC Technical Manual Version 1.1 and aims at meeting the challenges emerged from the IPC field applications since 2004. The IPC Manual Version 2.0 offers new innovations , such as the IPC analytical framework, prototype tools for analyzing chronic food insecurity situations and[...]
  • DEADLINE EXTENDED Call for Experts - Nutrition-sensitive food and agriculture systems

    Please note that the deadline for this call has been extended to 15 November The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is pleased to invite experts to submit abstracts for consideration for inclusion in the above-mentioned expert meeting that is to be held early 2013. Successful applicants will be asked to prepare, present and discuss papers on topics relevant to their expertise. A report of the meeting including all papers presented, will be published and disseminated. A synthesis paper will be prepared drawing on information provided by the papers and on the[...]
  • The State of Food Insecurity in the World 2012 is released

    FAO's jointly published The State of Food Insecurity in the World 2012 (SOFI) is released today - and it shows that one in eight people in the world was suffering from chronic undernourishment in 2010-12. The UN report is published by FAO and its Rome-based partners WFP and IFAD. While the global number of hungry people declined by almost 130 million between 1990-92 and 2010-12, the report says global progress in reducing hunger has slowed and levelled off in the past five years. Director-General José Graziano da Silva presented a joint press conference with the other agencies' leaders at[...]
  • International Winter School and Forum on Contemporary Agri-food Issues

    The Marie Curie Initial Training Network PUREFOOD1 project team will host a winter school and forum in Barcelona from 12-22 November. The forum will be a highly collaborative and interdisciplinary event, with the joint participation of the PUREFOOD research fellows and supervisory team, a diverse group of external Ph.D. students, and respected local and international scholars and practitioners. The forum will create an atmosphere of debate, exchange, and collaboration. The academic program will feature three distinct learning modes – expert-led discussions, peer-led paper review, and[...]
  • Orange Sweet Potato Makes the Case that Biofortification Works

    A study published today in the Journal of Nutrition provides conclusive evidence that orange sweet potato (OSP) provided significant amounts of vitamin A to malnourished Ugandan children and women and that a modest improvement in vitamin A levels in the body was measurable in some cases.[...]

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