Addressing food insecurity in protracted crises: e-discussion on resilience-building programming
The Committee on World Food Security (CFS) launched a two-year consultative process to develop an Agenda for Action to address food insecurity in protracted crises. This e-discussion on resilience-building programming is one of a series exploring critical topics on how we can improve food security in protracted crisis situations. Facilitated by Malcolm Ridout (DFID), this is your opportunity to tell us about actions, principles, recommendations and good practices, and how we can stimulate policy change. Ultimately, this discussion will help inform and shape the elaboration of an Agenda for Action for Addressing Food Insecurity in Protracted Crises, to be considered by the CFS in 2014.