Global report on food crises 2019

What is the latest acute food insecurity and malnutrition situation in the world? 

Food & Agriculture in Times of Crises

High level event of the Global Network Against Food Crises

Update: the Global report on food crises 2019

How has the acute food insecurity and malnutrition situation changed since the release of the Global Report on Food Crises? 

Stopping and reversing the trends in food crises

The Global Network Against Food Crises at the Committee on World Food Security 

What is FSIN?

The Food Security Information Network (FSIN) is a multi-partner initiative that brings together food and nutrition security practitioners. It promotes timely, independent and consensus-based information while also highlighting critical gaps in data.

It serves as:

 

Technical Platform

A technical platform for the exchange of expertise, knowledge and best practices 

Catalyst

A supporter of the coordinated development of food and nutrition security systems 

Facilitator

A facilitator between countries' and regions' capacity development needs and development partners 

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An advocate for timely, independent and evidence-based food security and nutrition decision-making 

Workstreams

FSIN facilitates the Global Network Against Food Crises's first pillar, centered on better understanding food crises, by generating analysis on global food security. It also focuses on resilience measurement. 

Global network against food crises
Global network against food crises
Data Analytics and Global Reports
Data Analytics and Global Reports
Resilience measurement
Resilience measurement

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