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    Les actions humanitaires et de développement répondant aux besoins immédiats et offrant des solutions durables sont capitales pour relever le défi de la migration. Les mouvements massifs de population constituent aujourd'hui des enjeux complexes qui appellent une action mondiale. En travaillant vers l'Objectif de développement durable (ODD) n°2 –Faim zéro- nous pouvons affronter bon nombre des problèmes à l'origine des migrations tout en générant des progrès sociaux et économiques et un enviro nnement durable.
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    Protracted conflicts are the main cause of the rise in forced migration. People living in rural areas and dependent on agriculture are affected the most, as most of today’s civil strife takes place in such contexts. The symptoms are evident, but the realities behind these symptoms tend to be complex. The ways in which conflict can cause food insecurity and the ways in which both conflict and food insecurity cause people to flee their livelihoods differ from context to context. Forced movements o f people and food insecurity may also fuel conflict. Responses should start from a proper understanding of the root causes underlying conflicts, movements of people and persistent food insecurity. In all these contexts, humanitarian aid is needed to prevent food crises and famines to occur in such situations, but no lasting solutions can be expected if programmes and support measures do not aim to help provide people with the means to rebuild their livelihoods, thus addressing some of the root c auses of conflict and migration. Restoring agriculture and food production and rural livelihoods will be key in most settings.
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    Why are people migrating and how can we give them the choice to stay at home, if it’s safe to do so? The World Food Day 2017 Activity Book has packed some creative answers to these questions in a series of suitcases illustrated by Lorenzo Terranera. Suitcases open to reveal solutions to migration challenges, showing how the global goal to reach Zero Hunger can address many of the reasons that cause people to migrate. Learn how you can become part of the Zero Hunger Generation!
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    Brochure de la Journée Mondiale de l’Alimentation 2017 2017
    Les actions humanitaires et de développement répondant aux besoins immédiats et offrant des solutions durables sont capitales pour relever le défi de la migration. Les mouvements massifs de population constituent aujourd'hui des enjeux complexes qui appellent une action mondiale. En travaillant vers l'Objectif de développement durable (ODD) n°2 –Faim zéro- nous pouvons affronter bon nombre des problèmes à l'origine des migrations tout en générant des progrès sociaux et économiques et un enviro nnement durable.
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    Conflict, migration and food security 2017
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    Protracted conflicts are the main cause of the rise in forced migration. People living in rural areas and dependent on agriculture are affected the most, as most of today’s civil strife takes place in such contexts. The symptoms are evident, but the realities behind these symptoms tend to be complex. The ways in which conflict can cause food insecurity and the ways in which both conflict and food insecurity cause people to flee their livelihoods differ from context to context. Forced movements o f people and food insecurity may also fuel conflict. Responses should start from a proper understanding of the root causes underlying conflicts, movements of people and persistent food insecurity. In all these contexts, humanitarian aid is needed to prevent food crises and famines to occur in such situations, but no lasting solutions can be expected if programmes and support measures do not aim to help provide people with the means to rebuild their livelihoods, thus addressing some of the root c auses of conflict and migration. Restoring agriculture and food production and rural livelihoods will be key in most settings.
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    World Food Day 2017 - Activity book
    Change the future of migration: Invest in food security and rural development
    2017
    Why are people migrating and how can we give them the choice to stay at home, if it’s safe to do so? The World Food Day 2017 Activity Book has packed some creative answers to these questions in a series of suitcases illustrated by Lorenzo Terranera. Suitcases open to reveal solutions to migration challenges, showing how the global goal to reach Zero Hunger can address many of the reasons that cause people to migrate. Learn how you can become part of the Zero Hunger Generation!

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