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2022年全球南南发展博览 会主题解决方案论坛 暨 庆祝联合国南南合作日

利用南南合作和三方合作挖掘本土学校供餐 计划(Home-Grown School Feeding) 潜 力,改变当地粮食系统










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    Strengthening Capacities to Operate Government-Led Home-Grown School Food Initiatives in Ethiopia and Senegal - GCP/GLO/775/ITA 2022
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    Home Grown School Feeding (HGSF) is a school feeding model that provides children in schools with safe, diverse and nutritious food sourced locally from smallholders. The benefits of HGSF go beyond education and nutrition to tackle livelihoods of smallholder farmers and local communities. However, building links between school feeding programmes and local and smallholder agriculture production requires adjustments and reforms at institutional, policy and regulatory levels. This includes the alignment of public procurement laws, regulations and related practices. Against this background, building on the previous experience of the Purchase from Africans for Africa (PAA Africa) programme designed and implemented by FAO and the World Food Programme (WFP) to support HGSF, the project aimed to enhance the technical capacity of the governments of Ethiopia and Senegal to operate their current HGSF initiatives. The project also provided additional options for decision making on supply chain and business models, operational modalities, adapted procurement regulatory frameworks and contractual options, for an inclusive public procurement of a diversified school food basket.
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    Strengthening national home-grown school feeding programmes through South–South and triangular cooperation 2022
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    Strenghtening national home-grown school feeding programmes throught South-South and Triangular Cooperation
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    Impact evaluation of home-grown school feeding programmes
    Methodological guidelines
    2022
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    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 of the intervention itself. While these guidelines are mainly designed for monitoring and evaluation officers working for United Nations agencies, local governments or non-governmental organizations, its contents can be of interest to a wider audience of policymakers, researchers and practitioners interested in multi-sectoral, complex programmes linking agriculture and nutrition.

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