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Nutrition-sensitive agriculture and food systems

Interactive e-learning modules for policy and programme planners












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    Nutrition-sensitive agriculture and food systems - Revised edition
    Interactive e-learning modules for policy and programme planners
    2019
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    This flyer presents a set of 4 FAO interactive E-learning modules developed to assist programme and policy planners to effectively integrate nutrition in their work: Basic concepts of Nutrition, Food Security and Livelihoods, Improving nutrition through agriculture and food systems, How to conduct a nutrition situation analysis, and Design and monitor nutrition-sensitive agriculture and food system programmes.
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    Toolkit on nutrition-sensitive agriculture and food systems 2017
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    This flyer presents the Toolkit on nutrition-sensitive agriculture and food systems, a set of 4 guidance publciations to assist program and policy planners to effectively integrate nutrition in their work: - Key recommendations for improving nutrition through agriculture and food systems, - Designing nutrition-sensitive agriculture investments: checklist and guidance for programme formulation, - Nutrition-sensitive agriculture and food systems in practice: options for interventions, - Compend ium of indicators for Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture.
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    Promoting Nutrition-Sensitive Food Systems through a Multistakeholder Approach - GCP/GLO/712/JPN 2020
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    Eliminating malnutrition in all its forms is imperative to breaking the intergenerational cycle of poverty and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. To ensure that food systems support healthy diets and better nutrition, it is necessary to strengthen the knowledge base and capacities of key stakeholders. With funding from the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) of Japan, FAO is implementing a project in Ghana, Kenya and Viet Nam, with the overall goal of developing the capacities of relevant academic institutions and Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in these countries to promote and adopt nutrition-sensitive approaches that contribute to making food systems conducive to healthy diets. The three expected Outputs can be summarized as follows: (i) to improve capacities of nutrition- and food science-oriented universities to transfer skills and competencies on nutrition-sensitive food systems and value chains; (ii) to scale up the capacities of SMEs to adopt nutrition-sensitive business approaches and practices through multistakeholder collaboration, including the private sector, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs), and academia; and (iii) to develop an e-learning course targeting SMEs for the improvement of knowledge and skills on nutritionsensitive food systems, which will be disseminated in the targeted countries and worldwide.

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