Agenda de la Alimentación Urbana

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COVID-19 and the role of local food production in building more resilient local food systems
COVID-19 pandemic has put local food systems at risk of disruptions along the entire agri-food value chain. Cities and local governments are currently playing a major role in limiting the spread of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 and in mitigating disruptions to their local food systems. To better understand the situation, FAO has been closely monitoring local food system status and prevailing practices during COVID-19, collecting information and insights from different cities on key challenges and specific responses through various channels.
Ciudades y gobiernos locales a la vanguardia en la construcción de sistemas alimentarios inclusivos y resilientes
Principales resultados de la encuesta de la FAO "Sistemas alimentarios urbanos y COVID-19"
Artworks fileadmin/user_upload/urban_food_agenda/images/large_ARTWORKS.png Cities and COVID-19: Food access for vulnerable communities in practice
Illustrations from the Webinar Cities and Covid-19 - Food access for vulnerable communities
Presentation - #AfricanCITYFOODmonth fileadmin/user_upload/urban_food_agenda/images/large_Pres.png Food, climate and COVID-19: stories from our cities
Presentation shared during the 2nd #AfricanCITYFOODmonth Webinar: Food, climate and COVID-19: stories from our cities, with insights from the FAO Questionnaire: Food Systems and COVID-19 - Municipal Response to the Emergency. 
Webinar Recording - #AfricanCITYFOODmonth fileadmin/user_upload/urban_food_agenda/images/large_WEBNR.png Food, climate and COVID-19: stories from our cities
2nd Webinar for the #AfricanCITYFOODmonth - African cities share their experiences for more resilient urban food insights and FAO Food Systems Director Jamie Morrison shares insights from the FAO Questionnaire: Food Systems and COVID-19 - Municipal Response to the Emergency. 
Webinar Recording - #AfricanCITYFOODmonth fileadmin/user_upload/urban_food_agenda/images/large_Screenshot 2020-07-07 at 12.56.55.png How should we understand food in our cities?
Launch Webinar for the #AfricanCITYFOODmonth on Urban Food Systems
The AfricanCITYFOODMonth Campaign
The inaugural #AfricanCITYFOODMonth campaign is organized by FAO and ICLEI - Africa with the support of RUAF, and it takes place from 1 to 31 July 2020. The initiative has been developed under the FAO Framework for the Urban Food Agenda and it highlights diverse, innovative and evolving African urban food systems. The campaign will provide a platform for insight, learning opportunities and support for local governments and food system stakeholders who are interested in shaping sustainable, nutritious and inclusive food systems. PROGRAMME OVERVIEW
Webinar Recording: Cities and Covid-19 - food access for vulnerable communities in practice
How can cities maintain access to safe and nutritious food for vulnerable people during COVID-19?  In this webinar FAO, UNEP, RUAF, ICLEI and Rikolto share the experience of 3 cities: New York City (USA), Kampala (Uganda) and Quito (Ecuador).
Webinar Slides and Q&A: Cities and Covid-19 - food access for vulnerable communities in practice
Presentation Slides and Q&A - FAO, UNEP, RUAF, ICLEI and Rikolto share the experience of 3 cities: New York City (USA), Kampala (Uganda) and Quito (Ecuador). 
Urban food systems and COVID-19: The role of cities and local governments in responding to the COVID-19 emergency
Cities, with their high population density, are particularly vulnerable to the COVID-19 pandemic and many cities in developing countries do not have adequate capacity to address the disruptions caused by the response to the health emergency. The risk is particularly high for the 1.2 billion people living in the congested and overcrowded informal urban settlements where conditions are already unsafe and unhealthy for human living. The very poor and those living in slums have extremely limited access to essential health and sanitation facilities, nutritious food and adequate infrastructure such as piped clean water and electricity. The spread of the virus...
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