Developing capacity for strengthening food security and nutrition

This project is timely to strategically mediate the challenges and promote cross-sectoral collaboration by providing adequate capacity to effectively pursue and manage coherence between agriculture, health, education and social protection sectors. It provides an evidence base and functional capacities across line ministries and decentralized government bodies to build political commitment to coherence, set up institutional frameworks, and drive the agenda forward.



Country stories

Integrating social protection and agriculture to improve diets in Kyrgyzstan

By Adnan Quereshi, FAO Representative in Kyrgyzstan

Matching grants help migrants’ businesses take off in Tajikistan

How supporting local agri-entrepreneurs has enhanced migrants’ resilience to the COVID-19 crisis

Eating healthy starts at school

FAO supports a comprehensive approach to building healthy eating habits among schoolchildren

Recent resources

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...
The Dashboard has been developed by Johns Hopkins University and The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, with collaborators at Harvard University, University of Michigan, Michigan State University, FAO, and The Agriculture-Nutrition Community of Practice. It is...