Sustainable Development, Food Security and Inclusive Growth: Understanding Paradigms and Exploring Policy Impacts for Policy Making
Policy making is a two-way process
Policy making for sustainable development, food security and inclusive growth and is a two-way process that promotes both country-region-level policy work and “bottom-up knowledge generation” two activities that fit together and complement each other.
Country-level policy work refers to policy advice based on sound analytical work, past experience, academic work and research, while “bottom-up knowledge generation” refers to generating policy intelligence of global validity through country-level analysis.
Aims of the UPPI programme
The UPPI programme aims at improving efficiency, quantity and quality of FAO policy work, while strengthening a two-way process in policy-relevant, evidence-based and analytical knowledge generation.
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Capacity development, Ex-ante socio-economic impact policy analysis, Food security, Institutional support/strengthening, Policy context analysis, Policy formulation, Policy impacts on poverty, Policy processes, Rural development, Sustainable development