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Author: Institut d'études de la faim

Right to Food Study, 2016.

The purpose of the study is to identify potential entry-points for the development of activities on the right to adequate food in both countries. It analyses the importance of gender issues in key dimensions of national policy and legislative processes currently ongoing considered as viable opportunities to initiate or strengthen the implementation of the Right to Food Guidelines at country level.

Through data analysis, the study begins with an overview of some key areas where women are generally discriminated against, which influence the realization of the right to adequate food in West Africa. It moves on to exploring the importance of gender issues in political and legal processes related to the right to adequate food for each country. As such, key national laws, strategies and policies are presented and discussed. Then, it focuses on some positive experiences to be scaled-up and looks at areas that require additional efforts. Finally, it concludes with concrete opportunities to further integrate gender components that will contribute to the realization of the right to adequate food in Senegal and in Togo.

Two separate validation workshops took place in order to ensure that the content of the study reflected adequately the discussions as well as the reality in each country. Each national validation workshop gathered national actors involved in the elaboration process as well as key stakeholders in the implementation of the recommendations put forth in the document.


الفئة: الدراسات
لكلمات الدالة: تحليل الأمن الغذائي, التشريع الوطني, الأمن الغذائي والتغذية, السياسات المؤسسية, الاستراتيجية

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