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شرائط الفيديو

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoFCa9cRNV0
Lourdes Tibán, miembro del Foro Permanente de la ONU para las Cuestiones Indígenas, explica qué significa la soberanía alimentaria para los pueblos indígenas y cuáles son los principales retos para su consecución. La Campaña Global para el Empoderamiento de Mujeres Indígenas para el Hambre Cero, lanzada por la FAO, FIMI y Notimia, tiene como objetivo hacer visibles los desafíos y las contribuciones de las mujeres indígenas como un paso necesario para "no dejar a nadie atrás" en el logro de la Agenda de Desarrollo Sostenible. Únete a la campaña!
https://youtu.be/EHboDAetnHg
Indigenous women are key allies in the fight against hunger and malnutrition. They contribute to sustainable livelihoods as food producers, guardians of native seeds and custodians of traditional knowledge. Yet they are invisible, and their rights are not recognized nor protected. The Global Campaign for the Empowerment of Indigenous Women for Zero Hunger, launched by FAO, FIMI and Notimia, aims at making indigenous women’s challenges and contributions visible as a necessary step to “leave no one behind” in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Agenda.
https://youtu.be/TXjUi-a6Y2k
Asia is home to the largest number of indigenous peoples on Earth, with an estimated 260 million of a total of 370 million original inhabitants worldwide. “Indigenous women are key allies in the fight against hunger and malnutrition. They contribute to sustainable livelihoods as food producers, guardians of native seeds and custodians of traditional knowledge. Yet they are invisible, and their rights are not recognized nor protected’, added Naw Ei Ei Min, Karen Indigenous Woman from Myanmar. The Global Campaign for the Empowerment of Indigenous Women for Zero Hunger, launched by FAO, FIMI and Notimia, aims at making indigenous women’s challenges and contributions visible as a necessary step to “leave no one behind” in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Agenda.
https://youtu.be/N0khn3uz3bY
The Global Campaign for the Empowerment of Indigenous Women for Zero Hunger was presented in Asia and the Pacific by FAO during its Regional Conference in the region. Asia is home to the largest number of indigenous peoples on Earth, with an estimated 260 million of a total of 370 million original inhabitants worldwide. In spite of these large numbers, Asian indigenous peoples are among the poorest among the poor, often facing denial of rights, discrimination, marginalisation and loss of control over their land and natural resources. Indigenous women are often the hardest-hit. Help us make visible the contributions of indigenous women to Zero Hunger and the SDGs! Join the campaign!
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