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    State of Food Insecurity in the Caricom Caribbean - Executive Summary
    Meeting the 2015 hunger targets: Taking stock of uneven progress
    2015
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    This report presents the overview of food and nutrition security from the standpoint of what FAO classifies as the four pillars of food security, in the context of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG).
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    Regional Overview of Food Insecurity Near East and North Africa
    Strengthening Regional Collaboration to Build Resilience for Food Security and Nutrition
    2015
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    This year, the world takes stock of progress made towards achieving the 2000–2015 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). In concert with this milestone and, for the first time, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) publishes a Regional Panorama on Food Security and Nutrition in its Near East and North Africa (NENA) region. The goal of the Panorama is to give an overview of NENA’s progress towards the achievement of the MDG and World Food Summit hunger targets, using dat a from the 2015 edition of FAO’s State of Food Insecurity in the World. It also provides an in-depth analysis of the current situation in the region, viewed through the four dimensions of food security: availability, access, utilization and stability.
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    Regional Overview of Food Insecurity. Asia and the Pacific
    Towards a Food Secure Asia and the Pacific
    2015
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    This regional overview has been prepared to take stock of the current food security situation, present the challenges of ensuring food security in the context of growing and changing patterns of food demand, and propose key measures that must be taken in a coordinated manner by different stakeholders in this very dynamic and populous part of the world. Part I presents the region’s progress in meeting the Millennium Development Goal 1 and the World Food Summit targets in reducing the proportion a nd number of undernourished, respectively. Part II discusses insights from a suite of indicators related to the four dimensions of food security (food availability, access to food, stability and utilization); the future outlook towards 2050; policies, actions, commitments and initiatives by countries and regional organizations to address existing and emerging food security challenges; and finally, the path ahead to eradicating hunger and ensuring food and nutrition security in the region.

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