Agenda Alimentaire Urbain

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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...
Le cadre de suivi du Pacte de politique alimentaire urbaine de Milan
Les engagements pris au travers du pacte illustrent le rôle des villes dans la transformation des systèmes alimentaires urbains pour une meilleure durabilité. Il comprend également un plan d’actions de 37 actions recommandées organisées en six axes opérationnels.
Webcast: Urban Food Agenda - A perspective from the City of Toronto
The Seminar held by Ms. Barbara Emanuel, Manager of the Toronto Food Strategy, presents a case-study from the city of Toronto, which leveraged on climate change action and a Food Systems approach to improving life of its communities.
Launch event for the FAO framework for the Urban Food Agenda
The FAO Framework for the Urban Food Agenda serves as a corporate strategy to address emerging calls from countries, responding to demands for a multi-sectoral, multi-stakeholder and multi-level approach to food insecurity and malnutrition across the rural-urban continuum. As a result of an inclusive consultative process the framework articulates guiding principles, purposes and targeted outcomes compatible with the objectives of the 2030 Agenda.
Cadre d’action de la FAO pour l’alimentation en zone urbaine
S’appuyer sur l’action des collectivités territoriales et locales pour instaurer des systèmes alimentaires durables et une meilleure nutrition
Integrating food into urban planning
While urbanisation worldwide sets up unprecedented challenges for feeding cities with accessible, afordable food and healthy diets, urban food security and food systems are receiving growing attention at an international level and in a growing number of cities of all sizes.
Webcast: Integrating Food Systems into Urban Planning - Insights and Key Findings
This presentation of the publication  Integrating food into Urban planning shines a light on how best to integrate food systems into urban planning, if cities are to ensure food security for all, improve nutrition and management of natural resources.
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