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Project News: Post-Crisis Response to Food and Nutrition Insecurity in The Gambia, June 2019 - Issue #3











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    The publication is one of the key visibility and advocacy tools for the European Union funded project entitled "Post Crisis-Response to Food and nutrition Insecurity in The Gambia". The 29-month project is being implemented jointly by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), UNICEF and the World Food Programme (WFP) in close partnership with the Ministries of Health and Agriculture and other partners in four of the Gambia’s administrative regions where malnutrition levels are unaccepttably. It seeks to contribute to improved food and nutrition security of vulnerable households through increased household food and nutrition security and incomes of beneficiary communities. This edition of the newsletter highlights the key activities and achievements in the first and second quarters of project implementation in the fight against hunger, food insecurity, malnutrition and poverty in the beneficiary communities. The newsletter showcases personal testimonies from the smallholder farmers and and a senior agricultural officer.
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    The publication is one of the key visibility and advocacy tools for the European Union funded project entitled "Post Crisis-Response to Food and nutrition Insecurity in The Gambia". The 29-month project is being implemented jointly by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), UNICEF and the World Food Programme (WFP) in close partnership with the Ministries of Health and Agriculture and other partners in four of the Gambia’s administrative regions where malnutrition levels are unaccepttably. It seeks to contribute to improved food and nutrition security of vulnerable households through increased household food and nutrition security and incomes of beneficiary communities. This edition of the newsletter highlights the key acivities and acheivements in the phase of the project in the fight against hunger, food insecurity, malnutrion and poverty in the beneficiary communities .
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    The publication is one of the key visibility and advocacy tools for the European Union and FAO co-funded project titled "Improving Food Security and Nutrition in The Gambia through Food Fortification". The four-year project is being implemented by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in close partnership with the Ministries of Health and Agriculture, the National Nutrition Agency (NaNA), National Agricultural Research Institute (NARI), Food Technology Service (FTS) under the Department of Agriculture, Food Safety and Quality Authority (FSQA), The Gambia Standards Bureau (TGSB), United Purpose (UP) and private sector actors. The Ministry of Health and Social Welfare serves as Chair of the Project Steering Committee. The intervention is designed to improve the nutritional and health status of vulnerable populations suffering from micronutrient deficiencies throughout The Gambia. This edition of the newsletter highlights the key activities and achievements in the first six motnhs of project implementation in the fight against hunger, food insecurity, malnutrition and poverty in the target beneficiary communities and the country at large. The newsletter also contains a knowledge sharing segmnent (series) aimed at raising public knowledge and understanding of food security and nutrition related issues.

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