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28 Nov 2018
9 novembre 2018, Rome - « Les systèmes alimentaires et le savoir traditionnel autochtones ont survécu pendant de nombreuses années et pourraient donc bien renfermer les réponses dont nous avons besoin, » a déclaré aujourd'hui le Directeur général de la FAO. La FAO considère les populations autochtones et tribales comme des acteurs essentiels de la lutte contre la pauvreté et la faim et de toutes les autres formes...
30 Oct 2018
Under the framework of the Global Campaign for the Empowerment of Indigenous Women for Zero Hunger, FAO and Samburu Women Trust launch the Photo Contest “How do indigenous women contribute to food security?.” We invite indigenous women from Africa to participate in this initiative that seeks to highlight the different ways in which indigenous women contribute to food security and to the economic and social development of their communities. Objective We want to make the contributions and challenges of indigenous women visible in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goal 2: Zero Hunger. Rules All indigenous women from Africa can participate without age limit. Entries start...
05 Oct 2018
Indigenous Women in Africa are strengthening their knowledge on human rights and food security to become advocates for the #ZeroHunger challenge. In turn, they will train new generations of indigenous women who will foster change in their communities and societies.   “Indigenous women are strong leaders and change makers. They are playing a key role in the protection of natural resources, which are fundamental for indigenous livelihoods and societies as a whole. However, too often their marginalization persists preventing them from enjoying their rights and failing to harness that potential to achieve equity and sustainable development,” asserted Yon Fernandez de Larrinoa, FAO...
19 Sep 2018
18 de septiembre de 2018, Ciudad de Guatemala-  Con el propósito de renovar y fortalecer los liderazgos de las mujeres indígenas en las comunidades de los países centroamericanos y de México, FAO  y FIMI inauguran hoy la Escuela de Formación de Formadoras Indígenas en Derechos Humanos y Seguridad Alimentaria y Nutricional, en la Ciudad de Guatemala.  “No será posible reducir las cifras de hambre y malnutrición en la región, si no incluimos a las mujeres indígenas y trabajamos con ellas”, enfatizó Diego Recalde, Representante...