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Dimitra Newsletter 17

Rural Women, Gender and Development

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    Dimitra Bulletin 17
    Femmes rurales, Genre et Développement
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    En cette fin d’année 2009, malgré les engagements internationaux pris avec les Objectifs du Millénaire pour le Développement, plus d’un milliard de personnes ont faim et 70% des femmes et des hommes qui souffrent de la faim vivent en milieu rural. Ces résultats alarmants conduisent inévitablement à un questionnement sur l’efficacité des politiques de développement mises en oeuvre et à la volonté d’être encore plus tenaces dans nos actions de communication participatives. Voic i donc, dans les tourments de la crise financière et économique qui affecte très gravement tous les pays, le Bulletin Dimitra n° 17.
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    Global Strategic Framework for Food Security and Nutrition (4th version, 2015)
    Committee on World Food Security (CFS)
    For the period 2012-2014, a total of 805 million people – or around one in nine people in the world – were estimated to be suffering from chronic hunger, which means that they are not getting enough food to conduct an active life1. The food crisis of 2007–08, followed by the financial and economic crisis in 2009, continuing in 2012, drew stark attention to the daily challenges faced by millions of families around the world in their attempt to overcome hunger and poverty and seek stable livelihoo ds that support a just and dignified way of life.2 Despite the efforts of many, and the commitment of the international community in the Millennium Declaration to reduce by half the proportion of people who suffer from hunger by 2015, persistent hunger and malnutrition remains the norm for millions of human beings.
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    Dimitra Newsletter no. 29. October 2016 Women’s empowerment and collective action
    Women’s empowerment and collective action
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    Dimitra publishes a bi-annual newsletter that provides information about the activities of the project, its partner organisations and other civil society organisations in Africa. It is a knowledge-exchange tool to share Dimitra and other partners' best practices, raise rural populations' voices and raise awareness on women and youth's role in development. Best practices and updated news about FAO-Dimitra and its partners are disseminated worldwide in an effort to improve visibility and stimulate exchanges.

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