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Monday, July 21, 2014

21/07/2014: What does fish have to do with food and nutrition security?

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As a food policy analyst I am as guilty as the next guy.  

It was not until a few years ago that I began to include fish in my food and nutrition security work, and it was not until I started interacting with the team who worked with the High Level Panel of Experts on Food Security (HLPE), that I fully realised what I had been missing.   

http://vulnerabilityandpoverty.blogspot.com.au/2014/07/what-does-fish-have-to-do-with-food-and.html


The HLPE Report No. 7 (Sustainable fisheries and aquaculture for food security and nutrition) just completed, is a powerful reminder to all of us, that fisheries and aquaculture and what they produce, are critically important to any debate and action to reduce poverty and improve food security and nutrition.   

The report, which is available HERE or in hardcopy from cfs-hlpe@fao.org, is a goldmine of policy-related knowledge about the fisheries and aquaculture sectors, their importance, sustainability issues, governance and recommended policies for consideration by governments, the private sector, civil society and international organizations. 

It provides a comprehensive assessment of the interaction between the fisheries and aquaculture sector and food and nutrition security.  The report is a must-read for those of us interested in food policy.

Read more HERE.


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