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    The calls for action are numerous: at the United Nations Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development in September 2012, governments reaffirmed the fundamental right of everyone to be free from hunger. The same year, the UN Secretary General launched the “Zero Hunger Challenge” campaign to end hunger globally. The United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, endorsed in September 2015, confirms the importance of achieving food security, and eradicating hunger is the second Sustaina ble Development Goal (SDG 2). Since 1990, much progress has been made in reducing hunger. Yet, challenges to food security and nutrition remain as pressing as ever. Around 800 million people remain food insecure, although the world produces enough food to feed everyone. Food insecurity primarily affects the rural poor. Three-quarters of the world’s extreme poor live in the rural areas of developing countries. This marks not only the scope of the problem, but also identifies a territorial divide. And, not all rural areas are alike. Most rural poor and food insecure live in sub-national regions that are disadvantaged in many other ways: they lack adequate infrastructure and basic services and are more vulnerable to adverse climatic conditions. Continued population growth brings added pressure to these challenges and, through migration and urbanisation, food insecurity may also become an increasingly urban problem.

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    Aspectos Clave: Adoptando un Enfoque Territorial para las Políticas de Seguridad Alimentaria y de Nutrición 2016
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    Este documento resume las conclusiones principales de la publicación conjunta FAO/OCDE/FNUDC Adoptando un Enfoque Territorial para las Políticas de SeguridadAlimentaria y de Nutrición (disponibles solo en inglés). Este estudio, llevado a cabo en el periodo 2014-2016, presenta un marco conceptual para la adopción de un enfoque territorial a la SAN basado en cinco casos de estudio en: Camboya, Colombia, Costa de Marfil, Marruecos y Peru, así como dos seminarios nacionales llevados a cabo en Mali y Níger.
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    L'Essentiel: Adopter une Approche Territoriale dans les Politiques de Sécurité Alimentaire et Nutritionnelle 2016
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    Ce document résume les résultats clés de l’étude OCDE/FAO/FENU (2016), Adopter une Approche Territoriale dans les Politiques de Sécurité Alimentaire et Nutritionnelle(disponible seulement en anglais). Cette étude, conduite durant la période 2014-2016, présente un cadre conceptuel pour une approche territoriale dans les politiques de SAN basé sur cinq études de cas au Cambodge, en Colombie, en Côte d’Ivoire, au Maroc et au Pérou ainsi que d eux ateliers tenus au Mali et au Niger.
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    Adopting a Territorial Approach to Food Security and Nutrition Policy 2016
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    The calls for action are numerous: at the United Nations Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development in September 2012, governments reaffirmed the fundamental right of everyone to be free from hunger. The same year, the UN Secretary General launched the “Zero Hunger Challenge” campaign to end hunger globally. The United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, endorsed in September 2015, confirms the importance of achieving food security, and eradicating hunger is the second Sustaina ble Development Goal (SDG 2). Since 1990, much progress has been made in reducing hunger. Yet, challenges to food security and nutrition remain as pressing as ever. Around 800 million people remain food insecure, although the world produces enough food to feed everyone. Food insecurity primarily affects the rural poor. Three-quarters of the world’s extreme poor live in the rural areas of developing countries. This marks not only the scope of the problem, but also identifies a territorial divide. And, not all rural areas are alike. Most rural poor and food insecure live in sub-national regions that are disadvantaged in many other ways: they lack adequate infrastructure and basic services and are more vulnerable to adverse climatic conditions. Continued population growth brings added pressure to these challenges and, through migration and urbanisation, food insecurity may also become an increasingly urban problem.

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    Aspectos Clave: Adoptando un Enfoque Territorial para las Políticas de Seguridad Alimentaria y de Nutrición 2016
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    Este documento resume las conclusiones principales de la publicación conjunta FAO/OCDE/FNUDC Adoptando un Enfoque Territorial para las Políticas de SeguridadAlimentaria y de Nutrición (disponibles solo en inglés). Este estudio, llevado a cabo en el periodo 2014-2016, presenta un marco conceptual para la adopción de un enfoque territorial a la SAN basado en cinco casos de estudio en: Camboya, Colombia, Costa de Marfil, Marruecos y Peru, así como dos seminarios nacionales llevados a cabo en Mali y Níger.
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    L'Essentiel: Adopter une Approche Territoriale dans les Politiques de Sécurité Alimentaire et Nutritionnelle 2016
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    Ce document résume les résultats clés de l’étude OCDE/FAO/FENU (2016), Adopter une Approche Territoriale dans les Politiques de Sécurité Alimentaire et Nutritionnelle(disponible seulement en anglais). Cette étude, conduite durant la période 2014-2016, présente un cadre conceptuel pour une approche territoriale dans les politiques de SAN basé sur cinq études de cas au Cambodge, en Colombie, en Côte d’Ivoire, au Maroc et au Pérou ainsi que d eux ateliers tenus au Mali et au Niger.
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    Adopting a Territorial Approach to Food Security and Nutrition Policy 2016
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    The calls for action are numerous: at the United Nations Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development in September 2012, governments reaffirmed the fundamental right of everyone to be free from hunger. The same year, the UN Secretary General launched the “Zero Hunger Challenge” campaign to end hunger globally. The United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, endorsed in September 2015, confirms the importance of achieving food security, and eradicating hunger is the second Sustaina ble Development Goal (SDG 2). Since 1990, much progress has been made in reducing hunger. Yet, challenges to food security and nutrition remain as pressing as ever. Around 800 million people remain food insecure, although the world produces enough food to feed everyone. Food insecurity primarily affects the rural poor. Three-quarters of the world’s extreme poor live in the rural areas of developing countries. This marks not only the scope of the problem, but also identifies a territorial divide. And, not all rural areas are alike. Most rural poor and food insecure live in sub-national regions that are disadvantaged in many other ways: they lack adequate infrastructure and basic services and are more vulnerable to adverse climatic conditions. Continued population growth brings added pressure to these challenges and, through migration and urbanisation, food insecurity may also become an increasingly urban problem.

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    Aspectos Clave: Adoptando un Enfoque Territorial para las Políticas de Seguridad Alimentaria y de Nutrición 2016
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    Este documento resume las conclusiones principales de la publicación conjunta FAO/OCDE/FNUDC Adoptando un Enfoque Territorial para las Políticas de SeguridadAlimentaria y de Nutrición (disponibles solo en inglés). Este estudio, llevado a cabo en el periodo 2014-2016, presenta un marco conceptual para la adopción de un enfoque territorial a la SAN basado en cinco casos de estudio en: Camboya, Colombia, Costa de Marfil, Marruecos y Peru, así como dos seminarios nacionales llevados a cabo en Mali y Níger.
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    L'Essentiel: Adopter une Approche Territoriale dans les Politiques de Sécurité Alimentaire et Nutritionnelle 2016
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    Ce document résume les résultats clés de l’étude OCDE/FAO/FENU (2016), Adopter une Approche Territoriale dans les Politiques de Sécurité Alimentaire et Nutritionnelle(disponible seulement en anglais). Cette étude, conduite durant la période 2014-2016, présente un cadre conceptuel pour une approche territoriale dans les politiques de SAN basé sur cinq études de cas au Cambodge, en Colombie, en Côte d’Ivoire, au Maroc et au Pérou ainsi que d eux ateliers tenus au Mali et au Niger.
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    Adopting a Territorial Approach to Food Security and Nutrition Policy 2016
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    The calls for action are numerous: at the United Nations Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development in September 2012, governments reaffirmed the fundamental right of everyone to be free from hunger. The same year, the UN Secretary General launched the “Zero Hunger Challenge” campaign to end hunger globally. The United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, endorsed in September 2015, confirms the importance of achieving food security, and eradicating hunger is the second Sustaina ble Development Goal (SDG 2). Since 1990, much progress has been made in reducing hunger. Yet, challenges to food security and nutrition remain as pressing as ever. Around 800 million people remain food insecure, although the world produces enough food to feed everyone. Food insecurity primarily affects the rural poor. Three-quarters of the world’s extreme poor live in the rural areas of developing countries. This marks not only the scope of the problem, but also identifies a territorial divide. And, not all rural areas are alike. Most rural poor and food insecure live in sub-national regions that are disadvantaged in many other ways: they lack adequate infrastructure and basic services and are more vulnerable to adverse climatic conditions. Continued population growth brings added pressure to these challenges and, through migration and urbanisation, food insecurity may also become an increasingly urban problem.

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    Aspectos Clave: Adoptando un Enfoque Territorial para las Políticas de Seguridad Alimentaria y de Nutrición 2016
    Also available in:

    Este documento resume las conclusiones principales de la publicación conjunta FAO/OCDE/FNUDC Adoptando un Enfoque Territorial para las Políticas de SeguridadAlimentaria y de Nutrición (disponibles solo en inglés). Este estudio, llevado a cabo en el periodo 2014-2016, presenta un marco conceptual para la adopción de un enfoque territorial a la SAN basado en cinco casos de estudio en: Camboya, Colombia, Costa de Marfil, Marruecos y Peru, así como dos seminarios nacionales llevados a cabo en Mali y Níger.
  • Thumbnail Image
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    L'Essentiel: Adopter une Approche Territoriale dans les Politiques de Sécurité Alimentaire et Nutritionnelle 2016
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    Ce document résume les résultats clés de l’étude OCDE/FAO/FENU (2016), Adopter une Approche Territoriale dans les Politiques de Sécurité Alimentaire et Nutritionnelle(disponible seulement en anglais). Cette étude, conduite durant la période 2014-2016, présente un cadre conceptuel pour une approche territoriale dans les politiques de SAN basé sur cinq études de cas au Cambodge, en Colombie, en Côte d’Ivoire, au Maroc et au Pérou ainsi que d eux ateliers tenus au Mali et au Niger.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (stand-alone)
    Adopting a Territorial Approach to Food Security and Nutrition Policy 2016
    Also available in:

    The calls for action are numerous: at the United Nations Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development in September 2012, governments reaffirmed the fundamental right of everyone to be free from hunger. The same year, the UN Secretary General launched the “Zero Hunger Challenge” campaign to end hunger globally. The United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, endorsed in September 2015, confirms the importance of achieving food security, and eradicating hunger is the second Sustaina ble Development Goal (SDG 2). Since 1990, much progress has been made in reducing hunger. Yet, challenges to food security and nutrition remain as pressing as ever. Around 800 million people remain food insecure, although the world produces enough food to feed everyone. Food insecurity primarily affects the rural poor. Three-quarters of the world’s extreme poor live in the rural areas of developing countries. This marks not only the scope of the problem, but also identifies a territorial divide. And, not all rural areas are alike. Most rural poor and food insecure live in sub-national regions that are disadvantaged in many other ways: they lack adequate infrastructure and basic services and are more vulnerable to adverse climatic conditions. Continued population growth brings added pressure to these challenges and, through migration and urbanisation, food insecurity may also become an increasingly urban problem.

  • Thumbnail Image
    Document
    Aspectos Clave: Adoptando un Enfoque Territorial para las Políticas de Seguridad Alimentaria y de Nutrición 2016
    Also available in:

    Este documento resume las conclusiones principales de la publicación conjunta FAO/OCDE/FNUDC Adoptando un Enfoque Territorial para las Políticas de SeguridadAlimentaria y de Nutrición (disponibles solo en inglés). Este estudio, llevado a cabo en el periodo 2014-2016, presenta un marco conceptual para la adopción de un enfoque territorial a la SAN basado en cinco casos de estudio en: Camboya, Colombia, Costa de Marfil, Marruecos y Peru, así como dos seminarios nacionales llevados a cabo en Mali y Níger.
  • Thumbnail Image
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    L'Essentiel: Adopter une Approche Territoriale dans les Politiques de Sécurité Alimentaire et Nutritionnelle 2016
    Also available in:

    Ce document résume les résultats clés de l’étude OCDE/FAO/FENU (2016), Adopter une Approche Territoriale dans les Politiques de Sécurité Alimentaire et Nutritionnelle(disponible seulement en anglais). Cette étude, conduite durant la période 2014-2016, présente un cadre conceptuel pour une approche territoriale dans les politiques de SAN basé sur cinq études de cas au Cambodge, en Colombie, en Côte d’Ivoire, au Maroc et au Pérou ainsi que d eux ateliers tenus au Mali et au Niger.

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