This section lists and describes the key actors concerned with producing information for food and nutrition security in emergency and development contexts. It gives an overview of the selected global and regional networks, initiatives and organizations that are relevant to FSIN.
The networks and initiatives are divided into two main categories:
- Selected Networks and Initiatives producing information for Food Security and Nutrition
- Knowledge and Advocacy Networks Sharing Information on Food Security and Nutrition
The networks and initiatives might not fall only into one category; therefore they are placed under the most relevant one.
You can browse this section by region or free text (keyword) to find the most relevant initiative to your interest and work, or you can download the full paper.
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This publication is a compilation of the papers presented at a workshop of the FAO/UNEP Programme on Sustainable Food Systems held on the 10-11 September 2014 at FAO headquarters, Rome.
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This paper embraces the definition of resilience as “the capacity [...]
This document is designed to provide an overview of the current tools and guidelines used for ensuring a gender perspective in food security and nutrition programmes and assessments. It provides [...]
Gender analysis and gender-responsive interventions are increasingly important to humanitarian and development organizations. However, gender analysis is too often neglected or does not take into account the human dimensions, which [...]
Author/Source: Paige Enfinger