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This successful project reduces food insecurity and chronic malnutrition among women and children in three provinces in northern Vietnam (Lao Cai, Lai Chau, and Ha Giang). Adopting a food systems approach it has integrated multiple project elements while partnering with the private sector to...

 Over the next 50 years, the semi-arid regions of East Africa are expected to become hotter, with more wet extremes.
 These climate changes will compound existing developmental pressures.
 Climate changes – including increased frequency and intensity of droughts and floods – are...

This PowerPoint presentation provides an overview of the development of school gardens in the Philippines into an important part of the newly designated National Greening Program which extends until 2028. The program supports food security in schools and communities through promoting, designing...

This report describes successful mechanisms in implementation of The Integrated School Nutrition Model in the Philippines education system. Designed to link school gardens, supplementary feeding, and nutrition education, it builds on existing nutrition interventions of the Department of...

Well implemented school feeding programs are one strategy for improving the health and nutritional status of children, reducing absenteeism, and improving education outcomes. The school based supplementary feeding programme (SBFP) is characterized by on‐site feeding of...

This detailed brochure produced by the Department of Education (DepEd) in the Philippines, outlines practices for successful design and implementation of school gardens, applying the Integrated School Nutrition Model. DepEd promotes food security and economic stability through implementation of...

Transformative Scenario Planning (TSP) is an approach that brings concerned stakeholders from different, often conflicting, perspectives together around pressing sets of problems to build stories that illustrate a range of potential futures that could come from taking different paths for dealing...

Schools can serve as custodians of biodiversity heritage as well as community seed banks. This vibrant PowerPoint presentation provides information regarding the concept and workings of school crop museums within the larger project: Improving food and nutrition security in the Philippines...

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