Supporting Responsible Investments in Agriculture and Food Systems (RAI)

Videos

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Women play a key role in agriculture in Sierra Leone. Yet, gender inequality affects their capacity to produce food and achieve their full potential. FAO is supporting agricultural stakeholders in Sierra Leone to strengthen capacities around three objectives: 1. Promoting inclusive decision-making related to responsible investments in agriculture. 2. Fostering gender-responsiveness of the policy, legal and incentive frameworks. 3. Improving services and organizations to empower women and promote gender equality.
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This video explains why more responsible investment in agri-food systems are needed, and the guidance provided by the CFS Principles for Responsible Investment in Agriculture and Food Systems.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9HDfsNjR_s
Increasing responsible investment in agri-food systems is one of the most effective strategies for reducing hunger and poverty. Parliamentarians play a catalytic role in ensuring that investments in agri-food systems are responsible and adequate for reducing hunger and poverty. The handbook on responsible investment in agriculture and food systems provides tools for action and guides parliamentarians in the creation of legal frameworks and incentives to make agriculture more sustainable, inclusive and resilient, while mitigating the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=veoVQniyaOQ
The video features Marcela Villarreal, FAO´s Director of Partnerships Division, who introduces the FAO Umbrella Programme “Supporting Responsible Investment in agriculture and food systems”, and explains how the Organization supports stakeholders to increase responsible investment in agriculture and food systems as a necessary step to achieve SDG 1 and 2.
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