全球粮食安全与营养论坛 (FSN论坛)

衡量与评估

报告和简报

Impact evaluation of home-grown school feeding programmes

This publication seeks to support practitioners by providing methodological guidelines for conducting rigorous impact assessments of Home Grown School Feeding (HGSF) programmes. It presents an overview of the main technical issues to be addressed depending on the characteristics of the context and...

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减少粮食安全与营养领域的不平等——关于报告范围的高专组磋商会

世界粮食安全委员会(粮安委)在第46届全会上通过了其四年度《工作计划》,该计划包括要求粮食安全与营养高级别专家组(高专组)编写一份关于“减少粮食安全与营养领域的不平等”的报告,提交与2023年10月粮安委第51届全会。为落实粮安委这一要求,高专组启动了一次在线磋商会,征询有关该报告范围和主要内容的意见和评论。

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粮食安全与营养数据采集和分析工具——关于高专组指导委员会和项目团队拟定的报告预稿的在线磋商

世界粮食安全委员会(粮安委)在其第46届全会期间通过了四年工作计划(多年工作计划2020-2023),该计划要求粮食安全与营养高级别专家组(高专组)编写一份有关粮食安全与营养“数据采集和分析工具”的报告。为落实粮安委的这一要求,高专组特发起一次公开在线磋商,征询对该报告预稿的意见和评论

Webinar: The role of evaluation for climate action

Building on the outcomes of the recent UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26), this webinar aims to facilitate a dialogue on the role that evaluation can play for learning and bringing solutions towards the goals of the Paris Agreement.

Bringing together evaluators and development practitioners, the webinar will offer a platform to exchange on the shifts that evaluation practices must undertake to help tackle the climate crisis, while also shedding light on initiatives that trigger transformation at all levels of society, with a focus on development cooperation and humanitarian assistance in agriculture and food security.

Following a key note presentation, participants will be invited to join and discuss in parallel sessions where a short presentation will be followed by facilitated discussions. The expected outcome is a collective reflection on the actions and ways forward for advancing the role of evaluation in support to learning and transformation for climate change action.

The webinar will take place on Thursday, December 9, 2021 and starts at 2:00 PM (Rome time).

Find more information end register here.

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The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2021

In recent years, several major drivers have put the world off track to ending world hunger and malnutrition in all its forms by 2030. The challenges have grown with the COVID-19 pandemic and related containment measures. This report presents the first global assessment of food insecurity and...

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Virtual Plenary of the Global Forest Observations Initiative (GFOI)

The Global Forest Observations Initiative (GFOI) invites you to attend the GFOI Plenary 2021, which will take place online from 7 to 9 September 2021, from 14:00 to 16:30 CEST each day.

This is a collaborative event organised by the GFOI Office, hosted by FAO, on behalf of GFOI's Lead partners in the Governments of Australia, Germany, Norway, the United Kingdom and the United States of America, as well as the international organizations participating in the Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS), the European Space Agency (ESA), the FAO and the World Bank.

GFOI is a voluntary partnership, which aims to coordinate international support in forest monitoring. Through collaborative action, GFOI supports tropical countries to develop National Forest Monitoring Systems (NFMS) and associated emissions Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) procedures.

The annual GFOI Plenary is the biggest event on the GFOI's calendar. It brings together the global community of practitioners who support tropical countries in forest monitoring MRV. The Plenary aims to share information and ideas, review progress and identify new opportunities for helping countries to improve their forest monitoring capabilities to enable better forest management and ultimately the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

Starting on day one the GFOI community will share their reflections from the past and what has learned from forest monitoring and MRV implementation over the past decade or more. On day two, we will then turn our minds to the present and the work of GFOI’s four components before concluding on day three with a look to the future and how the GFOI community can best support countries to meet their ongoing and emerging forest monitoring and MRV needs.

The event will include live interpretation for English, French and Spanish speakers.

Please register here.

意见征集

你在采用和适用《粮安委农业及粮食体系负责任投资原则》改善粮食安全与营养状况方面有哪些经验?

2022年10月世界粮食安全委员会(粮安委)全体会议期间将举办一次全球专题会议,交流采用和适用2014年批准的粮安委 《粮食及农业体系负责任投资原则》 《粮食及农业体系负责任投资原则》(《粮安委农业投资原则》的经验和良好实践. 粮安委邀请利益相关者于2022年4月15日前分享他们在适用《粮安委农业投资原则》方面的经验和良好实践,为此次全球专题会议提供参考。

WEBINAR - Public purse under pressure: current challenges and the future of government spending on food and agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa

FAO's Monitoring and Analysing Food and Agricultural Policies (MAFAP) programme will host a special webinar to mark the launch of a new report on public expenditure on food and agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa. The webinar will focus on the main findings of MAFAP economic analyses, revealing top trends and current challenges in expenditure on food and agriculture in 13 sub-Saharan countries, while underscoring the role policy monitoring plays in helping governments to spend wisely for farmers, consumers and food security. Experts will offer their perspectives and policy priorities for the way forward on better public spending on food and agriculture.  

The webinar will take place on 7 May at 11:00 - 12:30 (CET, Rome time)Interpretation in French will be provided. 

Please register here.

Agenda and speakers: 

  • Opening remarks by QU Dongyu, Director-General, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
  • Presentation on report's findings by Marco V. Sánchez, Deputy Director, Agrifood Economics Division (ESA), FAO  
  • Expert panel discussion with: 
    • Yassia Kindo, Secretary General, Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation Development and Mechanization, Burkina Faso
    • Tewodaj Mogues, Senior Economist, IMF* (*Ms. Mogues’ remarks will draw on her analysis carried out in her professional work prior to joining the IMF).
    • Apollos Nwafor, Vice President for Policy and State Capability, AGRA
    • Leonard Mizzi, Head of Sustainable Agri-food Systems and Fisheries, European Commission 
    • Shenggen Fan, Chair Professor at China Agricultural University and CGIAR Board Member 
    • Thule Lenneiye, Coordinator, Agricultural Transformation Office, Kenya
  • Short Q&A session  
  • Closing remarks by Máximo Torero, Chief Economist, FAO
  • And moderated by Bola Mosuro, Journalist, BBC Focus on Africa and Newsday  
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衡量私营部门对实现可持续发展目标贡献的核心粮食及农业指标

        粮农组织正在编制有关以连贯一致并与各国监测可持续发展议程的要求相符的方式衡量私营粮食及农业主体对实现可持续发展目标的贡献的指南。粮农组织首席统计师办公室期望藉本次在线磋商收集有关在这一背景下已编制起草的指标和准则的反馈意见。

SURVEY - Taking Stock of Global Capacity for Ecosystems Restoration

To prevent, halt and reverse the degradation of ecosystems worldwide, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 2021-2030 as the Decade on Ecosystem Restoration. When the strategy guiding this UN Decade was launched in September 2020, it was accompanied by a general survey, designed to assess what individuals already knew about restoration – and how they would like to be involved in the movement.

However, to accomplish the world’s ambitious restoration goals by 2030, individual and voluntary action is not enough. There is a need to strategically strengthen capacities of those stakeholders already involved in restoration. The UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration has launched a new online survey “Taking Stock of Global Capacity for Ecosystems Restoration” to identify what and whose capacities need to be enhanced to achieve the goals of the Decade.

The survey was jointly developed by a coalition of 38 organizations, under FAO’s leadership, and aims to: 1) provide a baseline of existing capacities; 2) help identify strengths, gaps, needs and barriers to achieving global restoration goals, and 3) guide the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration’s system-wide capacity development efforts, to the benefit of all involved. 

You are encouraged to take this survey regardless of whether you have or have not participated in the previous general survey. This survey is aimed at everyone involved in ecosystem restoration. 

The survey is available in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Arabic, and Russian, and will take about 15 minutes to complete.

The survey will remain open until 15 April 2021 and can be accessed here