This topic refers to all issues related to Food Security as defined in the Rome declaration in 1996: "Food security exists - at the individual, family, national and global levels - when all people at all times have physical and economic access to enough safe and nutritious food in order to cover their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life".
The Resilience Building for Sustainable Livelihoods & Transformation (RESULT) in South Omo cluster, SNNPR, Ethiopia is one of the eight projects under the RESET Programme (Resilience Building in Ethiopia). The contract with VITA (consortium lead) was signed on September 23th
“Millions of people around the globe depend on farmland, fisheries and forests for their livelihoods. But the increasing pressures on our precious natural resources carry multiple social, economic and environmental threats.
Increase in the use of Information and Communications Technology (ICTs) has brought significant benefits to the agricultural sector, such as improving households’ agricultural production, generating new job opportunities, and encouraging people to adopt healthier practices and more effective risk