I am back in Rome, attending the three day consultation on the second draft of the Global Strategic Framework for Food Security and Nutrition (GSF) for the Committee on World Food Security.
I will do my best to keep you updated through the blog as consultations (CFS inter-governmental working group meeting) proceed. In the mean time, here are the basics:
At the 36th Session of CFS in 2010 a process was launched to create a Global Strategic Framework for Food Security and Nutrition (GSF).
The purpose of the GSF is to improve coordination and guide synchronized action by a wide range of stakeholders in support of global, regional and country‐led actions to prevent future food crises, eliminate hunger and ensure food security and nutrition for all human beings. The GSF is designed to be a dynamic document to be updated by the CFS Plenary on the basis of regular CFS processes…
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