Forum for Food Security in Southern Africa
|Title:||Forum for Food Security in Southern Africa|
|Creator:||Overseas Development Institute <London>|
The purpose of the Forum for Food Security in Southern Africa, which has operated since 2003, is to provide a platform for improved linkages between food security analysis, policy making and implementation in the Southern Africa region. The outputs of country issues papers, regional theme papers, international electronic discussions and country policy seminars are intended to generate insights and policy options drawing on longitudinal research in the region and comparative international evidence that it is hoped will prove useful to stakeholders.
The platform covers the region as a whole and five specific countries: Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe. It has brought together those in government, official donors, NGOs, civil society, the private sector, and international and regional researchers concerned with food security.
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|Keywords:||Agriculture policy; Food and nutrition policy; Food supply security; Networks (institutional/social); Southern Africa|
|Countries:||Southern Africa. General Resources|
|Subject areas:||Economy » Economic Sectors|
|Resource type:||Working Groups|
|Notice:||This is an archive site. More recent ODI information and resources on food are to be found on http://www.odi.org.uk/themes/food/index.asp|
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