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Глобальный форум по продовольственной безопасности и питанию
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Topic: Poverty

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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.

Дискуссия
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Программы социальной защиты во всем мире, учитывающие вопросы питания, - что делается и каков результат?

SecureNutrition и Форум по продовольственной безопасности и питанию сотрудничают во второй раз для проведения данной онлайн-дискуссии в тесной взаимосвязи с Глобальным форумом по программам социальной защиты, учитывающим вопросы питания, который пройдет 10-11 сентября 2015 года в Москве, Россия.

Food Security and Nutrition resources

School feeding and possibilities for direct purchases from family farming

This publication “School feeding and possibilities for direct purchases from family farming in Latin American countries” contributes to the articulation of the sectors involved with school feeding, in the search for alternatives for the institutionalization and strengthening of school feeding...

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Food Security and Nutrition resources

Why has Africa become a net food importer?

That Africa has become a net importer of food and of agricultural products, despite its vast agricultural potential, is puzzling. Using data mainly for the period 1960-2007, this report seeks to explain Africa’s food-trade deficit since the mid-1970s. The core finding is that population growth,...

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Дискуссия
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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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