1
Through A Resilience Lens:
Keeping Farmers On Their Lands
And Reducing The Hunger Count
Presented at the International F...
2
All effects we observe in
the world of experience
are interrelated in the
most constant manner
and merge into one
anothe...
4
RESILIENCE
Spreading the
Risk
Accepting
Redundancy
Buffering
Against
Disaster
Tight
Feedbac
k
Loops
Action
for the
Common
...
6
7
8
9
RESILIENCE
PAR
EXELLENCE
Multi-level
ecosystem
management
Redundancy
in soil
management
Dynamic
knowledge
base
Biodiversit...
11
12
16
Hunger Days
– los Junios –
Dropped from
5.6 to 1.3 wks.
2004-2005, quantitative
and qualitative studies
of livelihood s...
17
21
23
GENDER EQUITY AND WOMEN’S EQUALITY
Women CIAL
members are more
engaged in
h/h decision-
making, exercise
more ‘liberty’ th...
25
GRACIAS!
www.usc-canada.org
Nutrition and Health: Through A Resilience Lens: Keeping Farmers On Their Lands And Reducing The Hunger Count.
Nutrition and Health: Through A Resilience Lens: Keeping Farmers On Their Lands And Reducing The Hunger Count.
Nutrition and Health: Through A Resilience Lens: Keeping Farmers On Their Lands And Reducing The Hunger Count.
Nutrition and Health: Through A Resilience Lens: Keeping Farmers On Their Lands And Reducing The Hunger Count.
Nutrition and Health: Through A Resilience Lens: Keeping Farmers On Their Lands And Reducing The Hunger Count.
Nutrition and Health: Through A Resilience Lens: Keeping Farmers On Their Lands And Reducing The Hunger Count.
Nutrition and Health: Through A Resilience Lens: Keeping Farmers On Their Lands And Reducing The Hunger Count.
Nutrition and Health: Through A Resilience Lens: Keeping Farmers On Their Lands And Reducing The Hunger Count.
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Nutrition and Health: Through A Resilience Lens: Keeping Farmers On Their Lands And Reducing The Hunger Count.

  1. 1. 1 Through A Resilience Lens: Keeping Farmers On Their Lands And Reducing The Hunger Count Presented at the International Food Security Dialogue 2014 “Enhancing Food Production, Gender Equity and Nutritional Security in a Changing World.” SUSAN WALSH, PhD USC CANADA
  2. 2. 2 All effects we observe in the world of experience are interrelated in the most constant manner and merge into one another. From the first to the last, they form a series of undulations. JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE
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  4. 4. RESILIENCE Spreading the Risk Accepting Redundancy Buffering Against Disaster Tight Feedbac k Loops Action for the Common Good Building Trust + Balanced Power Flexibility + Adaptive Manage- ment Maintaining Heterogeneity
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  9. 9. RESILIENCE PAR EXELLENCE Multi-level ecosystem management Redundancy in soil management Dynamic knowledge base Biodiversity Conservation; Crop Rotation Modular Governance Food Prod.+ Temp Labour Community- Based Consensus Decisions Reciprocity +Mantas Consensus Rotational Leadership Spreading the Risk Accepting Redundancy M aintaining Heterogeneity Buffering Against Disaster Tight Feedback Loops Action for the Common Good Building Trust + Balanced Power Being Flexible Adaptive Manage- ment Ecological Complementarity
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  12. 12. 16 Hunger Days – los Junios – Dropped from 5.6 to 1.3 wks. 2004-2005, quantitative and qualitative studies of livelihood security (Classen & Humphries 2006) 2012-2013, econometric analysis on economic impacts of PPB adoption and CIAL membership re: food security (Kindsvater, Humphries & Hailu) OUTCOMES
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  16. 16. GENDER EQUITY AND WOMEN’S EQUALITY Women CIAL members are more engaged in h/h decision- making, exercise more ‘liberty’ than non-members (Humphries, et al., 2012). Husbands of long term women CIAL members are proud of their wives’ capacities (Humphries, et al., 2012).
  17. 17. 25 GRACIAS! www.usc-canada.org

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