Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum)


Online surveys collect specific feedback for projects, programmes and policy processes. They range from quick polls to detailed questionnaires, and allow for the collection of quantitative and/or qualitative information. Surveys can be directed at the entire FSN Forum community or towards a specific audience. The survey results are analysed and published on the FSN Forum website. Throughout the process, all personal information and data are treated with the utmost confidentiality.


Local impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on food security and nutrition - A survey by the High Level Panel of Experts on Food Security and Nutrition (HLPE)

The HLPE has recently updated and extended its earlier analyses of the main trends affecting food systems that have resulted from COVID-19 and associated lockdowns. The present survey aims to complete this general analysis by allowing an understanding at finer geographical scales of the consequences of the pandemic for food security and nutrition.

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Survey responses: 120
REU climate change survey

Online survey “Central Asia activities on Climate-Smart Agriculture”

The survey aims at taking stock of challenges posed by climate change to the agriculture sector in Central Asian countries. It also aims at collecting available information and data to provide an informative picture of the context and of how Climate Smart Agriculture could help addressing key challenges.

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respondents: 131
Statistics division survey

Questionnaire on the Proposed FAO Food Security Commitment and Capacity Profile

FAO is working on a Food Security Commitment and Capacity Profile to provide a quick but comprehensive view of the level of commitment and capacity of national authorities towards food and nutrition security. To gather feedback from practitioners on this new suggested approach, we would like to invite you to a short questionnaire.

participants: 117
Statistics Division Survey

Questionnaire on the Proposed FAO Suite of Indicators for Global Monitoring of Food Security and Nutrition

The FAO Statistics Division has recently developed a new suite of indicators for monitoring Food Security and Nutrition at the global level. The suite was presented in the State of Food Insecurity in the World 2013. Work is underway to try and summarize these indicators in an aggregated index.

participants: 187
ECOWAS survey

Youth and Agriculture in West Africa

Sub-Saharan Africa has the world’s fastest growing population and also the youngest. This is a huge opportunity for West Africa as young people bring energy, vivacity, and innovation into the work force and can consequently have a transformative impact on economic growth and social development. The agricultural sector plays a key role in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and represents up to 35% of the region’s Gross Domestic Product.  It is currently the employer of most of West Africans with 60% of the active population engaged in this sector.

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participants: 167