Below you can find information on the activities carried out by the FSN Forum in West Africa until now. For more information, such as summaries, proceedings and resources, please click on the title.
This online discussion constitutes one of the ways adopted to allow the interested actors to put forward their opinions on the management of ECOWAP and on the regional challenges to achieving the objective of the eradication of hunger and malnutrition in West Africa by 2025.
School feeding and school food and nutrition programmes are currently gaining visibility and being implemented in Africa. This discussion aims at sharing experiences and views on the features of these programmes and on how to scale them up and strengthen their impacts in the long term.
We invite you to share your views on how to bring out the potential for and the obstacles to intra-regional trade in West Africa and to share proposals for strategies to take up this challenge in order to improve food security and nutrition in the region.
This year’s World Radio Day (13 February) celebrates “Radio and Youth” and we are happy to invite you to explore the role radio and community media have in the lives of rural people in West Africa. How is rural radio contributing to empower youth and to improve resilience and food security and nutrition of rural communities in West Africa? Join our new online discussion from 2 February!
This online consultation is promoted by the Platform of Alliances against Hunger and Malnutrition in West Africa in collaboration with the FSN Forum in West Africa.
The online discussion aims to start the debate on Ebola and food security and nutrition in West Africa in order to gather strategy proposals with the purpose of anticipating a generalized food and nutrition crisis in the next few months in West Africa.
It is clear that the development of irrigated agriculture is a key factor for food security and nutrtion in West Africa and in the Sahel. In this context, mobilisation of groundwater offers great opportunities. But how can we better understand, exploit and manage water resources in the region? And how can we coordinate and unify different approaches to development of irrigation?