Workshop Documents: Fighting Hunger through Partnerships: A Forum on Brazil’s Zero Hunger Program, Global Institutional Purchase, and the Philippines’ Partnership Against HungerProject

The following are documents from the forum “Fighting Hunger through Partnerships” organized by Pambansang Kilusan ng mga Samahang Magsasaka (PAKISAMA), in cooperation with Asian Farmers’ Association for Sustainable Rural Development (AFA) and Collectif Strategies Alimentaire ( CSA), on March 24, 2015 at the Institute for Social Order (ISO), Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City, Philippines.

The forum aimed to provide a venue for representatives from government agencies, non-government organizations, research institutes, academe and particularly farmers’ organizations to exchange views and experiences on institutional purchase in the context of fighting hunger. In addition, the forum also gave space for networking and partnership building among various stakeholders leading to concrete areas for cooperation.

Experiences from Brazil’s Zero Hunger Program and the Philippines’ Partnership Against Hunger Project as well as global institutional purchase initiatives were highlighted. Resource persons from Brazil and Belgium joined to share their experiences.

Fighting Hunger Through Partnership (Overview)

Brazil’s Zero Hunger Program and the Role of Farmers Federations and CSOs ( FETRAFMarcos Rochinski)

Public policies for institutional purchases to support family farming (CSA Marek Poznanski)

Partnership Against Hunger and Poverty PAHP (Lawrence Cruz)

Sustainable Livelihood Program (DSWD)

The Power of Public Procurement Policies and Programs (Riza Bernabe)

Video Message from Maria Emilia Pachecho CONSEA (National Council on Food and Nutrition Security, Brazil)

Video Message from Maria Emilia Pacheco CONSEA  (National Council on Food and Nutrition Security, Brazil)

Fighting Hunger through Partnerships (Synthesis)

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