2020 Global food policy report: Building inclusive food systems
International Food Policy Research Institute (ifpri)
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Food systems are at a critical juncture—they are evolving quickly to meet growing and changing demand but are not serving everyone’s needs. Building more inclusive food systems can bring a wide range of economic and development benefits to all people, especially the poor and disadvantaged. IFPRI’s 2020 Global Food Policy Report examines the policies and investments and the growing range of tools and technologies that can promote inclusion. Chapters examine the imperative of inclusion, challenges faced by smallholders, youth, women, and conflict-affected people, and the opportunities offered by expanding agrifood value chains and national food system transformations. Critical questions addressed include: How can inclusive food systems help break the intergenerational cycle of poverty and malnutrition? \What can be done to strengthen the midstream of food value chains to improve rural access to jobs, markets, and services? Will Africa’s food systems generate sufficient jobs for the growing youth population? How can women be empowered within food system processes, from household decisions to policymaking? Can refugees and other conflict-affected people be integrated into food systems to help them rebuild their lives? How can national food system transformations contribute to greater dietary diversity, food safety, and food quality for all? Regional sections look at how inclusion can be improved around the world in 2020 and beyond. The report also presents interesting trends revealed by IFPRI’s food policy indicators and datasets.
Keywords: AFRICA; AFRICA SOUTH OF SAHARA; CENTRAL AFRICA; EAST AFRICA; NORTH AFRICA; SOUTHERN AFRICA; WEST AFRICA; agricultural policies; food policies; food systems; youth; value chains; empowerment; gender; women; diet; refugees; displacement; conflicts; smallholders; rural areas; food security; nutrition; inclusion; inclusive food systems (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Chapters in this book:
- Ch 1 Reshaping food systems: The imperative of inclusion , pp 6-13
- Shenggen Fan and Johan Swinnen
- Ch 2 Smallholders and rural people: Making food system value chains inclusive , pp 14-27
- Robert Vos and Andrea Cattaneo
- Ch 3 Youth: Including Africaâ€™s young people in food systems , pp 28-35
- Valerie Mueller, Gracie Rosenbach and James Thurlow
- Ch 4 Women: Transforming food systems for empowerment and equity , pp 36-45
- Hazel Jean Malapit, Ruth Meinzen-Dick, Agnes Quisumbing and Laura Zseleczky
- Ch 5 Refugees and conflict-affected people: Integrating displaced communities into food systems , pp 46-53
- Robert Vos, Julius Jackson, Sally James and SÃ¡nchez, Marco V.
- Ch 6 National food systems: Inclusive transformation for healthier diets , pp 54-65
- John McDermott and Alan de Brauw
- Ch 7 Regional developments , pp 66-87
- Ousmane Badiane, Julia Collins, Tsitsi Makombe, Fatma Abdelaziz, Clemens Breisinger, Nadim Khouri, James Thurlow, Kamiljon Akramov, Roman Romashkin, Allen Park, Jarilkasin Ilyasov, Shahidur Rashid, Akhter Ahmed, Abdul Wajid Rana, DÃaz-Bonilla, Eugenio and PiÃ±eiro, Valeria
- Ch 8 Food policy indicators: Tracking change , pp 88-94
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