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Regional Food Insecurity and Nutrition Overviews
27-04-2017
FAO council side event | Thursday 27 April 2017 from 12.30 to 13.30, Iran Room
Quick FAPDA survey
20-03-2017
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Updated country fact sheets
21-02-2017
Each fact sheet provides a glimpse of the overarching agriculture, food security and nutrition policy frameworks and highlight trends in key national policy decisions affecting producers, consumers and trade.
FAO is upgrading its FAPDA web-based tool
15-12-2014
FAO is upgrading its FAPDA web-based tool
FAPDA recently carried out an assessment, including a broadly disseminated survey in September 2014, to learn from current and potential users how it can be more user-friendly and better facilitate policy research and analysis.
Key food security policy trends in Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Iran, Tanzania and Yemen
03-11-2014
Key food security policy trends in Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Iran, Tanzania and Yemen
The policy decisions made by governments since their initial reactions to the 2007/08 food crisis have shaped their current economic and food security status. Major challenges to food and agriculture have not receded, nor the efforts of policy makers to investigate and pre-empt emerging concerns.
Monitoring food market developments in the Asia-Pacific region
12-05-2014
Monitoring food market developments in the Asia-Pacific region
Tracking developments in food markets improves market transparency and helps to identify emerging issues that might be relevant to policy makers. The 2007/08 food price crisis raised concerns of the necessity to closely monitor domestic and international food prices. In the current context of interconnected and volatile markets, the collection and dissemination of timely information are key in providing early warning of potential problems or shocks that may require policy responses.
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