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    Edible insects
    Future prospects for food and feed security
    2013
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    This book assesses the potential of insects as food and feed and gathers existing information and research on edible insects. The assessment is based on the most recent and complete data available from various sources and experts around the world. Insects as food and feed emerge as an especially relevant issue in the twenty-first century due to the rising cost of animal protein, food and feed insecurity, environmental pressures, population growth and increasing demand for protein among the middl e classes. Thus, alternative solutions to conventional livestock and feed sources urgently need to be found. The consumption of insects, or entomophagy , therefore contributes positively to the environment and to health and livelihoods. This publication grew from a small effort in 2003 in the FAO Forestry Department to document the role of insects in traditional livelihood practices in Central Africa and to assess the impact of harvesting insects in their natural habitats on the sustainability o f forests. This effort has since unfolded into a broad-based effort to examine the multiple dimensions of insect gathering and rearing to clarify the potential that insects offer for improving food security worldwide. The purpose of this book is to bring together for the first time the many opportunities for, and constraints on, using insects as food and feed
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    Appui à la Promotion de l’Élevage d’Insectes Comestibles en République Démocratique du Congo - TCP/DRC/3501 2019
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    Plus de 75 pour cent de la population de la Républiquedémocratique du Congo souffre d’insécurité alimentaire.La malnutrition, et en particulier les carencesprotéino-énergétiques, touchent jusqu’à cinq millions d’enfants.Or les insectes offrent une haute teneur en protéines, matièresgrasses et d’oligo-éléments et font déjà partie des régimesalimentaires traditionnels.Ce projet pilote avait pour objectif d’améliorer la sécuritéalimentaire et nutritionnelle et les revenus des ménages àtravers la mise en place d’un cadre favorable à la productiond’insectes comestibles et à la promotion de l’entomophagie,dans la ville-province de Kinshasa et l’ex-province de Bandundu,notamment la province du Kwango.
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    International Conference on Domestication and Commercialization of Non-Timber Forest Products in Agroforestry Systems 1996
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    The International Conference on Domestication and Commercialization of Non-Timber Forest Products in Agroforestry Systems, hosted by ICRAF, was held in Nairobi, Kenya, from 19 to 23 February 1996. This was the first world-level meeting to be held exclusively to draw attention to issues dealing with domestication and commercialization of non-timber forest products in agroforestry systems.

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