Online, 11 Aug 2014. How can territorial approaches contribute to 'a future where food systems are resilient, where everyone enjoys their right to food'? This was the main focus of the Second International Expert Meeting on the Territorial Approach to food securityRead More
Rome, 6 Aug 2014. The Joint ICN2 Secretariat invite comments on the zero draft of the Framework for Action (FFA) that will accompany the Rome Declaration on Nutrition, the political outcome document that will be adopted duringRead More
Berlin, 16 Jul 2014. "If you want to go fast, go alone, if you want to go far, go together“. This African proverb cited by the Chair of the Committee on World Food Security, Gerda Verburg, during the Policies againstRead More
Online, 22 Jul 2014. Reconciling forest protection with the necessity of income generation for people living close to forests was the intention of threeRead More
Online, 2 Jul 2014. How can the presence of aflatoxins in food be controlled? – This virtual briefing looks at two Kenyan studies on theRead More
Online, 16 May 2014. Duncan Pruett and Chris Jochnick present Oxfam’s experience with the private sector in regard to land. While Oxfam’s international policyRead More
Although accurate estimates of losses and waste in the food system are unavailable, the best evidence to date indicates that globally around one-third of… Read More
Experiences from Mali
The small-scale irrigation sub-sector in Mali comprises dozens of projects/programmes funded in different ways by the Government of Mali, several technical… Read More
Washington, D.C., 8 Sep 2010.
The new World Bank report has been released.
The report is widely expected to influence the global policy discussion as it provides ample empirical data on large scale land acquisitions with the aim to confront widespread speculation and inform the debate.
The Platform and IISD will host a moderated online discussion with key stakeholder groups on this website starting 13 Sep. Download…