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WFP’s Support to the Philippines Government’s Initiatives in Achieving Zero Hunger by 2030 - 2020

The Philippine Government created the Zero Hunger Task Force to spearhead its efforts in battling hunger and ending it by 2030. As the largest humanitarian agency battling hunger worldwide, WFP’s activities in the Philippines are aligned with the initiative of the task force and its demonstrative arm, the Enhanced Partnership Against Hunger and Poverty.
16 Dec 2020World Food Programme Philippines

UNDP Issues Brief on Resilient Food and Agriculture

As climate change continues to drive food insecurity, addressing the risks of climate change across the value chain – especially agricultural products that are important to food and nutrition security – will yield significant adaptation benefits to vulnerable small producers and rural communities at large. This will support global efforts to end hunger and poverty, build more effective farming practices that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and accelerate the ambition of Nationally…
6 Nov 2020United Nations Development Programme

Strategic Review of Food Security and Nutrition in Indonesia: 2019–2020 Update

This report is an update of the 2014–2015 Strategic Review. It was initiated in August 2019 and was extended until July 2020 to cover the initial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on food security and nutrition. It is based on the latest secondary data available, updates on relevant policies and programmes related to food security and nutrition, the latest discourses, and emerging issues, including the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. This report presents: (1) an update on the food security…
22 Oct 2020United Nations World Food Programme

Food Security and Nutrition Roadmap of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao

World Food Programme
The Food Security and Nutrition Roadmap of BARMM is product of collaboration between the Bangsamoro regional government and WFP. It is the region’s blueprint towards a self-reliant, food secure, and resilient Bangsamoro.
1 Oct 2020World Food Programme

Indonesia: COVID-19: Economic and Food Security Implications (3d Edition)

World Food Programme
Key Messages In the second quarter of 2020, the Indonesian GDP contracted by 5.32% year-on-year (Y-o-Y), the most significant decline since 1999. The GDP dropped by 4.19% compared to the first quarter of 2020. The government expects next year’s budget deficit to amount to IDR 971.2 trillion, 5.5% of GDP, given the need to further boost the economy and provide social and healthcare assistance. Household consumption expenditure, contributing 58% of total GDP, decreased by 5.5% (Y-o-Y)…
1 Oct 2020World Food Programme

Macro Analysis of COVID-19 - Threats to Food Security and Livelihoods in Asia and the Pacific, June 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is set to severely derail development gains in Asian and Pacific nations. It compounds pre-crisis levels of food insecurity and malnutrition with job losses, supply chain disruptions, and declines in revenue from key exports and remittances. Globally, WFP predicts that the number of people facing acute food insecurity around the world will almost double to 270 million, including 121 million newly food insecure due to COVID-19. Afghanistan, Nepal, Timor-Leste and the…
1 Jun 2020World Food Programme

COVID-19 Economic and Food Security Implications for Indonesia - 3rd edition August 2020

United Nations World Food Programme
The COVID-19 pandemic continues affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people globally. In addition to the health-related impact, the outbreak is also triggering an economic downturn affecting the world’s poor and food insecure population. Indonesia continues to be severely affected by COVID-19. The pandemic affects food security and nutrition, particularly for vulnerable groups with already scarce resources to cope with the pre-crisis situation, including those in the informal…
20 Aug 2020United Nations World Food Programme

ICrops Seminar Series: Understanding Food Security Situation in the Philippines

Domingo E. Angeles
The Institute of Crop Science Seminar Series Speaker: Dr. Domino E. Angeles 27 September 2019  

Creating a Sustainable Food Future: A Menu of Solutions to Feed Nearly 10 Billion People by 2050

Tim Searchinger, Richard Waite, Craig Hanson, Janet Ranganathan, Patrice Dumas and Emily Matthews
By 2050, nearly 10 billion people will live on the planet. Can we produce enough food sustainably? The synthesis report of the World Resources Report: Creating a Sustainable Food Future shows that it is possible – but there is no silver bullet. This report offers a five-course menu of solutions to ensure we can feed everyone without increasing emissions, fueling deforestation or exacerbating poverty. Intensive research and modeling examining the nexus of the food system, economic…
1 Dec 2018

Nutrition-sensitive value chains: A guide for project design - Volume 1

International Fund for Agricultural Development
This publication has been produced to fill a key knowledge gap in the emerging field of value chains for nutrition by providing guidance on how to design nutrition-sensitive value chain (NSVC) projects, with a particular focus on smallholder producers. This guide provides validated step-by-step guidance for NSVC project design, relevant not only for IFAD but for development actors in general, and for organizations working in agriculture and rural development in particular. INTRODUCTION …
23 Oct 2018
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