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INTEGRATING SOCIAL PROTECTION
IN FSN POLICY TO STRENGTHEN
FOOD SYSTEMS FOR HEALTHY
DIETS
ELISABETTA RECINE
OBSERVATORY OF ...
FNS as a POLITICAL PRIORITY
• 2003 => Hunger Zero Strategy
• 2006 =>Food and Nutrition Security Law => Food and Nutrition ...
Principles of the FNS System
• Centrality of human rights.
• Food sovereignty – Food is the expression of values, cultures...
1st FNS National Plan – 2011-2015
Commitment of different governmental sectors to promote and
implement actions like:
• Un...
Multidimensional Chronic Poverty - Brazil Urban and Rural
Elaboração: SAGI/MDS.
Fonte: CADÚNICO 2014, SISVAN 2012-2014.
Reduction of chronic malnutrition among children from the
most vulnerable families...
Financing of family agriculture (billions of reais)
Fonte: Bacen/Deprop/Sicor e MDA: www.mda.gov.br. Elaboração: CAISAN/MD...
By 2015: 41.5 million students. 65% of municipalities purchased at least 30% of
federal funding from family farmers
School...
Public Procurement from Family Agriculture in Brazil
2000 to 2015 - in millions of R $
What we are learning…
• Fundamental !! Political Priority + Legal and Institutional
Framework
• Institutional mechanisms o...
Thank you !
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"Integrating social protection in FSN policy to strengthen food systems for healthy diets Elisabetta Recine Observatory of Food and nutrition security policies University of Brasilia – Brazil "

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The International Symposium on Sustainable Food Systems for Healthy Diets and Improved Nutrition was jointly held by FAO and WHO in December 2016 to explore policies and programme options for shaping the food systems in ways that deliver foods for a healthy diet, focusing on concrete country experiences and challenges. This Symposium waas the first large-scale contribution under the UN Decade of Action for Nutrition 2016-2025. This presentation was part of Parallel session 2.3: Increasing access to healthy diets through social protection and income generation strategies"

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"Integrating social protection in FSN policy to strengthen food systems for healthy diets Elisabetta Recine Observatory of Food and nutrition security policies University of Brasilia – Brazil "

  1. 1. INTEGRATING SOCIAL PROTECTION IN FSN POLICY TO STRENGTHEN FOOD SYSTEMS FOR HEALTHY DIETS ELISABETTA RECINE OBSERVATORY OF FOOD AND NUTRITION SECURITY POLICIES UNIVERSITY OF BRASILIA – BRAZIL Sub-theme 2: Demand side policies and measures for increasing access and empowering consumers to choose healthy diets
  2. 2. FNS as a POLITICAL PRIORITY • 2003 => Hunger Zero Strategy • 2006 =>Food and Nutrition Security Law => Food and Nutrition Security National System • 2010 =>FNS National Policy • 2011 =>1th FNS National Plan • 2016 => 2nd FNS National Plan Participatory and intersectoral/integrated policy approach (no silver bullet)
  3. 3. Principles of the FNS System • Centrality of human rights. • Food sovereignty – Food is the expression of values, cultures, social relations and people self-determination. • Intersetoriality – 20 different ministries are part of the System requesting coordination among government. • Social Participation – including NGOs, social movements, academics and private sector. • Decentralization – states and municipalities are part of the System. • International solidarity – Brazilian actions must not violate other people’s RtoF.
  4. 4. 1st FNS National Plan – 2011-2015 Commitment of different governmental sectors to promote and implement actions like: • Universal access to adequate and healthy food • Local Food Supply strategies • Food and Nutrition education, research and training • Guarantee FNS in traditional and indigenous communities • FN actions in Primary Health Care • Universal access to water for consumption and production • Monitoring system
  5. 5. Multidimensional Chronic Poverty - Brazil Urban and Rural Elaboração: SAGI/MDS.
  6. 6. Fonte: CADÚNICO 2014, SISVAN 2012-2014. Reduction of chronic malnutrition among children from the most vulnerable families attended by Bolsa Família
  7. 7. Financing of family agriculture (billions of reais) Fonte: Bacen/Deprop/Sicor e MDA: www.mda.gov.br. Elaboração: CAISAN/MDS.
  8. 8. By 2015: 41.5 million students. 65% of municipalities purchased at least 30% of federal funding from family farmers School Meal Program
  9. 9. Public Procurement from Family Agriculture in Brazil 2000 to 2015 - in millions of R $
  10. 10. What we are learning… • Fundamental !! Political Priority + Legal and Institutional Framework • Institutional mechanisms of intersectoral articulation and commitment • Social Participation – needs and knowledge of the vulnerables groups have to be heard and consider • Accountability • Political – Economical - Social – Cultural Roots of inequalities are deep and vigorous. Social justice requires medium- and long-term strategies
  11. 11. Thank you !

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