Global action programme on food security and nutrition in small island developing states, supporting the implementation of the Samoa pathway

Publication Date: 
2017
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Call Number: 
[EL]
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Available online
Physical Description: 
8 p.
Content Item Id: 
46621
Global action programme on food security and nutrition in small island developing states, supporting the implementation of the Samoa pathway
Abstract: 

The SIDS Accelerated Modalities of Action (SAMOA) Pathway underscores the need for a more integrated approach to sustainable development as emphasized in the 2030 Agenda. It calls for strengthened international cooperation and partnerships, with adequate investment and coordinated implementation, to address and halt the persistent development challenges of SIDS. As a key follow-up to the SAMOA Pathway, the Global Action Programme on Food Security and Nutrition in Small Island Developing States (GAP) aims to accelerate action on food security and nutrition in SIDS. It is intended as a tangible contribution to the integrated implementation of the 2030 Agenda.The GAP recommends action at global, regional, national and local level. The overarching outcomes of the GAP are to create enabling environments for food security and nutrition; to transform food systems to improve their nutrition-sensitivity, resilience and sustainability; and to empower people and communities to lead healthy and productive lives.

GEFPAS Project: 
No
Record Id: 
82267