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The FSIN resource centre is a database of materials related to Food Security and Information systems.  In this knowledge corner, you can retrieve and upload Food Security Information Systems -related documents and/or links.

Save the Children, with support from the Food Economy Group (FEG) and ECHO, has launched this new web resource with the aim of providing vital information on aspects of food [...]
Author/Source: Save the Children; Food Economy Group (FEG)
Region: Global
Country: All
This document presents a review of existing food and nutrition security (FNS) indicators, discussing some of their advantages and disadvantages and describing their relationships and overlaps. Considering the wide range and [...]
Author/Source: Centre for Development Research (ZEF); IFPRI
Region: Global
Country: All
During its 39th Session (October 2012), the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) discussed meaning and use of the terms "Food Security", "Food Security and Nutrition", "Food and Nutrition Security" [...]
Author/Source: FAO/CFS
Region: Global
Country: All
This report is one of a series of five reports and papers that aims to give critical insights into key questions about what resilience means and how to achieve it [...]
Author/Source: Save the Children
Region: Global
Country: All
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This report is the culmination of a 12 month research project examining the political, institutional and organizational barriers to responding to famine early warnings within the humanitarian system and vulnerable [...]
Author/Source: Chatham House
This report by the Feinstein International Center (Tufts University) assesses the correlation among seven selected indicators and analyses whether the different measures detect the same or different dimensions of food [...]
Author/Source: Feinstein International Center (Tufts University)
Country: Ethiopia
This table presents the main strengths, limitations and opportunities of three market assessment approaches - Emergency Market Mapping Analysis (EMMA), Market Information and Food Insecurity Response Analysis (MIFIRA), and WFP [...]
Author/Source: WFP