Policies, plans and strategies related to FNS with the "Production" category
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It is a comprehensive strategic framework that the Haitian government began implementing at the beginning of 2012. It takes concrete urgent actions and long-term targeted ones to break the vicious circle of hunger and malnutrition, addressing the problem of food insecurity in all its transversality. Its objectives are: i) Halve the proportion of the population suffering from hunger since its implementation in 2016; and ii) Eradicating hunger and malnutrition by 2025. In order to accomplish, actions are implemented in order to improve access to food, increasing agricultural production and increase services and basic infrastructure drive.
Seeks to address the challenge of meeting the increasing food demand of the population, with domestic production; this in an environmental context strongly linked to a degraded and fragmented agrarian structure. It covers the period from 2013-2016 and the overall purpose of contributing to improving food security and economic growth in Haiti. To do this, it relies on four sub-programs: i) Sub-program of institutional strengthening and governance of the agricultural sector; ii) Sub-program to support family farming; iii) Sub-program for strengthening agriculture for commercial purposes; and iv) Sub-program of rural infrastructure development and basin management.
The National Plan d'Investissement Agricole 2010-2016 is the investment plan for the agricultural sector in order to recover and develop Haiti after the earthquake of January 12, 2010.To do this, the Haitian Government establishes the following sub - sectors that need investment for Haiti's agricultural sector grow:
- Development of rural infrastructure
- Water basin management and forestry.
- Production and sector development
- Animal husbandry.
- Aquaculture and fisheries.
- Plant production.
- Access to agricultural inputs and tools.
- Rural credit.
- Post-harvest management and commercialization.
- Urban and peri-urban agriculture.
- Local production and humanitarian operations (local purchases).
- Agricultural services and institutional support
- Extension of field schools.
- Access to land and security of tenure.
- Institutional support for agricultural public services.
- Development of rural infrastructure
El Plan busca incrementar la producción de alimentos diversificados, sanos, inocuos y nutritivos, para mejorar la condición alimentaria-nutricional, ambiental y social; y, elevar los ingresos de las familias con la generación de valor agregado y venta de los productos en mercados accesibles de manera inclusiva.
Consta de los siguientes componentes y acciones:
- Financiamiento diferenciado.
- Tecnología y asistencia técnica diferenciada para agricultura familiar.
- Inserción a circuitos comerciales diferenciados.
- Inserción con equidad de grupos vulnerables.
- Acción de apoyo: Sistema de información.
The FSN Plan aims to guide the implementation of the strategic actions following the policy guidelines of food and nutrition security in the 2009-2015 period; it is part of the actions that the Panamanian government takes to ensure the right to food to vulnerable populations in an effective and sustainable manner. It envisages the establishment of an information system and strengthening the System of Food Surveillance (SIVISAN), which allows monitoring and evaluation of the status of FSN, the progress and impact of strategic plans and programs, as well as the Early Warning System in order to identify current situations of food and nutrition insecurity.
Through the FSN Plan, by 2015 the Panamanian population that lives in a situation of food insecurity and nutrition should obtain access and consume food in sufficient quantity, variety, quality and safety under conditions of health and basic sanitation, in a sustainable manner, in order to achieve human development through the commitment and participation of government, international organizations, unions and society. The target population of the FSN Plan is the part of the population that has higher levels of vulnerability, which is in a situation of food and nutrition insecurity, pregnant women and nursing mothers, children under three years of age and families exposed to chronic malnutrition in priority communities and municipalities.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
The Plan covers the period 2013-2025 and outlines the long-term national development strategy for the country. It offers a vision to improve the quality of life and focuses on achieving the following objectives:
- High and sustainable levels of economic growth;
- Reduced levels of unemployment and poverty;
- Improving physical infrastructure and environmental sustainability;
- High levels of human and social development;
- A safe and peaceful nation;
- A technologically advanced workforce;
- A deep sense of national pride and cultural revival;
- Regional integration; and
- Improved global solidarity.
It is the National Agriculture Policy of the country, for the period of 2009-2015, with which it seeks to promote economic development, create jobs and improve the viability of rural communities. It is designed to meet seven broad objectives:
- Increase efficiency and competitiveness of agriculture on the island;
- Promote the generation, adaptation and adoption of appropriate and improved technology;
- Expand the productive production and commercial base;
- Rationalize the use of land in the country;
- Improve food security in the country;
- Generate new employment opportunities and income generation in rural areas;
- Protect, conserve and ensure sustainable use of natural resources.
It aims to improve the health and welfare of the inhabitants of the country, especially the most vulnerable, by ensuring food security and nutrition. To accomplish the aforementioned, the following is proposed:
- Facilitate opportunities for sustainable employment generation in order to increase the availability and accessibility of food;
- Promote information systems, education and dissemination, for the use and consumption of healthy foods for better nutrition;
- Promote greater institutional coordination for food security and nutrition.
The document “Conpes Social 113” of March 2008 establishes the National Policy for Food Security and Nutrition (PSAN) and defines as one of the strategies, the need to build and implement a National Plan for Food Security and Nutrition (PNSAN).
The PNSAN is a set of objectives, Objective, strategies and actions proposed by the Colombian State in a framework of shared responsibility with civil society aimed to:
- Protect the population of the contingencies that lead to undesirable and socially unacceptable situations such as hunger and inadequate nutrition;
- Ensure the population's access to quality food in a timely and adequate manner ;
- Achieve integration, articulation and coordination of the different inter-sectoral interventions and between institutions.
The target population for PNSAN is the entire Colombian population; however it emphasizes the most deprived and vulnerable territories and populations, among which are the population living in extreme poverty, displaced by violence and those affected by natural disasters; as well as, children, pregnant women, nursing mothers and the elderly.
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