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PAA Africa Programme Inception Workshop - Local Food Purchase
PAA Africa Programme Inception Workshop - Local Food Purchase
PAA Africa Programme Inception Workshop - Local Food Purchase
PAA Africa Programme Inception Workshop - Local Food Purchase
PAA Africa Programme Inception Workshop - Local Food Purchase
PAA Africa Programme Inception Workshop - Local Food Purchase
PAA Africa Programme Inception Workshop - Local Food Purchase
PAA Africa Programme Inception Workshop - Local Food Purchase
PAA Africa Programme Inception Workshop - Local Food Purchase
PAA Africa Programme Inception Workshop - Local Food Purchase
PAA Africa Programme Inception Workshop - Local Food Purchase
PAA Africa Programme Inception Workshop - Local Food Purchase
PAA Africa Programme Inception Workshop - Local Food Purchase
PAA Africa Programme Inception Workshop - Local Food Purchase
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Strategy for promoting Food and Nutrition Security and Local Food Purchases. Presentation on PAA made by MDS during workshop on PAA Africa Programme, organised by the government of Brazil (CGFome and …

Strategy for promoting Food and Nutrition Security and Local Food Purchases. Presentation on PAA made by MDS during workshop on PAA Africa Programme, organised by the government of Brazil (CGFome and Ministry of Social Development), WFP Centre of Excellence and FAO Brazil, held from 2 to 6 July 2012 in Brasilia and Arapiraca, Brazil.

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  • 1. FOOD PURCHASEPROGRAMME – PAA
  • 2. The Food Purchase Program(PAA) was established byArticle 19 of Act 10.696/2003and further ruled by Decree6.447/2009.In October 14th 2011, theLaw n. 12.512 wasestablished, providing,according to Chapter III, newguidelines for the Program.
  • 3. Purpouse - Offer support to the public equipment network for food and nutritional security (Food Banks, Community Kitchen and Popular Restaurant) and the network of socio-assistance institutions; - Encourage family farming; - Encourage consumption and utilization of food produced by family agriculture; - Promote access to food, according to the necessary quantity, quality and regularity, to people facing food and nutritional insecurity, from the perspective of the human right to adequate and healthy food; – Strengthen local and regional healthy eating habits; – Designing local circuits for food supply; – Supply food stocks for food assistance to specific populations and populations affected by disasters; – Strengthen family farms and their economic organizations: local development, fairer prices, guaranteed income, price regulation.
  • 4. Food Purchase Programme Management - PAABudget Ministry of Social Development and Fight against Hunger – MDS Ministry of Agrarian Development – MDAManaging Ministry of Social Development and Fight against Hunger – MDSGroup Ministry of Agrarian Development – MDA Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply - MAPA Ministry of Finance - MF Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management - MPOG Ministry of Education – MECExecution Federal Level: National Supply Company – CONAB State Level: State governments Municipal Level: Municipal City HallsSocial Control National Council of Food and Nutritional Security State Councils Municipal Councils
  • 5. Estructural features of PAA execution
  • 6. Modalidades Modality Purpose Executor Limits To purchase specific products (rice, cashew nuts, Brazil nuts, cassava flour,Direct Purchase from R$8.000,00 beans, corn, sorghum, wheat, whole powdered milk, wheat flour) forFamily Agriculture CONAB /year (US$ distribution or to supply public food stocks. 3830,00) To provide family farmers support to commercialization of their products, maintaining prices and adding value to their production. This modality makes resources available to organizations so they can purchase theStock Formation by Family R$8.000,00 production of their members, process and stock it for laterFarmers CONAB /year (US$ commercialization or distribution for populations stricken by food 3830,00) insecurity. Virtually any food that can be stored can be included in the modality. To purchase food produced by family farmers, making it available for CONAB,Purchase with donation to the social promotion and protection network, these donations R$4.500,00 STATES ANDSimultaneous Donation play a key role in promoting food security to the targeted public. The /year (US$ MUNICIPALITI initiative improves the menus in public facilities with fruit, vegetables, 2.150,00) ES meat, eggs, fish, milk and dairy products, and baked goods, among others To increase the consumption of milk among families who face foodIncentive to Milk insecurity and incentive the production of family farmers in the jurisdiction R$4.000,00Production and of Sudene (Superitendency for the Development of Northeastern Brazil). /semester STATESConsumption The purchase of its products (goat or cow milk) is pasteurized in accredited (US$ processing facilities and transported to distribution centers where it is 1.400,00) made available to families.
  • 7. Construction Process of PAA•From 2003:- The partnerships for PAA implementation began with the agreements formalization along with stateand municipalities governments, and with CONAB.•From 2008 :- new partnerships were formalized;- the selection was made by Selection Announcements in states and municipalities governments;- a new partnership instrument with CONAB was signed– Cooperation Term- agreements were established with State Governments, with the Centrals for Food Reception andDistribution , which were incorporated into agreements with municipal governments since 2009.•From 2009:-a monitoring execution spreadsheet for agreements with states and municipalities was formatted withdetailed information of the public covered (farmers and entities).•From 2011:-the law 12,512 came into force and established a new partnership instrument with states andmunicipalities - Declaration of Compliance, a less bureaucratic instrument that allows enlarge theprogram scope.
  • 8. Challenges •Partners access to Internet; •Creation of a computerized system to monitor the Programexecution; •Social Control expansion; •Greater control of the Centrals for Food Reception andDistribution in relation to food purchased and donated; •Faster payments to farmers; •Inclusion of information regarding the actions of theProgram in the Federal Government Covenants System; •Checking prices of the products; •Delays in sending documents by courrier; •Effective staff for the Program monitoring; •Technical assistance to farmers.
  • 9. Why the new modality? •Without covenant; •No financial counterpart; •Faster partnership formalization; •PAA expansion; •Without discontinuity; •Computerized system; •Direct payment to the family farmers card; •Union Financial assistance to states andmunicipalities based on compliance of goals; •Increased social control.
  • 10. Brazil without Extreme Poverty Plan• Brazil without Extreme Poverty Plan, established by Decree No. 7492 dated back to June 2, 2011, aims to overcome extreme poverty situation of 16 million people, earning income below US$ 33,00 all over the country, through integration and coordination of policies, programs and actions to be executed by the Union in collaboration with States, Federal District, Municipalities and society. Axes of the Plan : - Income transference; - Access to public services; - Productive Inclusion.
  • 11. Brazil without Extreme Poverty Plan •PAA is inserted in the Productive Inclusion Axis,in public procurement. •One of the goals for Brazil without Extreme PovertyPlan is to increase four times the number of farmersserved by the Food Purchase Program (PAA). •Goal 2012 158 thousand extreme poor families •Goal 2013  191 thousand extreme poor families •Goal 2014  255 thousand extreme poor families
  • 12. PAA Global Execution 2003-2011
  • 13. PAA Results •Increase in the income of small farmers; •Improved the diversity and quality of food forpeople in situations of food and nutritionalinsecurity; •More dynamic local economies; •Recognition and valuation of familiar productionand small farmers by society; •Increased food varieties produced in small farmunits; •Appreciation of local food culture; •Development of the organic production offoods and socio biodiversity products.
  • 14. Thank you!Department for the Support to Acquisition and Commercialization of FamiliarProductionNational Secretariat for Food and Nutritional SecurityMinistry of Social Development and Fight against Hunger

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