Linking agriculture, food systems and nutrition: what’s your perspective?



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Linking agriculture, food systems and nutrition: what’s your perspective?
Collection of contributions received
Discussion No. 76 from 6 February to 2 March 2012

TABLE OF CONTENTS



Introduction to the topic 6

Contributions received 8

1. Syed Md.Zainul Abedin Abedin, Department of Agricultural Extension, Bangladesh 8

2. Jogeir Toppe, FAO, Italy 8

3. W. José Kirby, Fundación Luciérnaga, Argentina 9

4. Gabriel Laizer, FAO, USA 9

5. Saleh Alshanfari, Asaffa Food, Oman 10

6. Claudio Schuftan, People’s Health Movement, Viet Nam 10

7. Key note message by Jethro Greene, Caribbean Farmers’ Network (CaFAN),

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 10

8. Lina Mahy, UNSCN Secretariat, Switzerland 12

9. Bob Rabatsky, Fintrac, USA 12

10. Farming First coalition 13

11. Internation Agri-Food Network 14

12. D Raghunatha Rao, ICMR, India [received through Solution Exchange India] 14

13. Emile Frison, Bioversity International, Italy 15

14. Reimond Kube, Nascent Solutions, USA 16

15. Comment by Corinna Hawkes, facilitator 16

16. Key note message by Jessica Franzo, REACH Partnership


17

17. Gina Kennedy, FAO, Italy 17

18. Masresha Yimer, consultant, Ethiopia [first contribution] 18

19. Mahtab S. Bamji, Dangoria Charitable Trust, India [received through Solution Exchange India] 19

20. Peter Kingori, Food Security and Nutrition Consultant, Nairobi 19

21. Jethro Greene, Caribbean Farmers’ Network (CaFAN), Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 20

22. Andrew Reynolds, FAO, Italy 21

23. Anne W. Kepple, State University of Campinas, Brazil [first contribution] 21

24. Priscilla Nzamalu, Network for Ecofarming in Africa, Kenya 22

25. BP Gangadhara Swamy, Nunhems India Pvt Limited, India [received through Solution Exchange India] 22

26. Masresha Yimer, consultant, Ethiopia [second contribution] 23

27. Ilse Köhler-Rollefson, League for Pastoral Peoples, India 24

28. Kwesi Atta-Krah, Bioversity International, Italy 25

29. Comment by Corinna Hawkes and Karel Callens, facilitators 26

30. Eutropia S. Mwasha, Ministry of Livestock Development, Grenada 26

31. Samir Chaudhuri, Child in Need Institute (CINI) and NAAHM, India [received through Solution Exchange India] 27

32. Suneetha Kadiyala, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), India [received through Solution Exchange India] 28

33. Shahid Zia, Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Kingdom 29

34. Mahmood Bill, Ghana Muslim Mission, Ghana [first contribution] 29

35. Adewale Adeleke, Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands 30

36. Shambhu Ghatak, Inclusive Media for Change, India 30

37. Key note message by Jan W. Low, International Potato Center, Sweetpotato Action for Security and Health in Africa (SASHA) project manager, Kenya 30

38. Rudolph Ryser, Center for World Indigenous Studies, USA 31

39. Comment by Corinna Hawkes and Karel Callens, facilitators 32

40. Esin Mete, Toros Agri, Turkey 33

41. Erasto Shemu Mlyuka, Jiangnan University, China 33

42. Ángel Leyva Galán, Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Agrícolas (INCA), Cuba 34

43. Harriet Kuhnlein, McGill University, Canada 38

44. Mahmood Bill, Ghana Muslim Mission, Ghana [second contribution] 39

45. Biplab Nandi, Society for Nutrition, Education and Health Advancement, India [received through Solution Exchange India] 39

46. Masresha Yimer, consultant, Ethiopia [third contribution] 39

47. Paul von Hartmann, USA 40

48. Anshuman Das, Development Research Communication & Services Centre, India [received through Solution Exchange India] 41

49. Violet Mugalavai, Moi University, Kenya 42

50. Stacia Nordin, Malawi 42

51. National Alliance Against Hunger and Malnutrition, Senegal 43

52. Etali Sarmah, FMC Corporation, India [received through Solution Exchange India] 45

53. Key note message by Susan Sarandon, FAO Goodwill Ambassador 46

54. Rahul Goswami, Centre for Communication and Development Studies, India 47

55. Jane Sherman, Italy 51

56. Masresha Yimer, consultant, Ethiopia [fourth contribution] 51

57. George Kent, University of Hawai'i, USA 52

57. Themba Phiri, South Africa 53

58. Daniel Adotu, Africare, Uganda 53

59. Anna Antwi, GD Resource Centre, Ghana 54

60. Md. Mizan Ul Islam, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University, Bagladesh 55

60. Comment by Corinna Hawkes and Karel Callens, facilitators 55

61. Judith Appleton, United Kingdom 56

62. Valentine J Gandhi, UNDP, Kenya [received through Solution Exchange India] 56

63. Purna Wasti, FAO, Malawi 57

64. Anni McLeod, United Kingdom 59

65. Aira Htenas, World Bank, USA 60

66. Ardhendu S Chatterjee, Development Research Communication and Services Centre, India [received through Solution Exchange India] 60

67. Iris Cecilia Ordóñez Guerrero, FEAGRI-UNICAMP, Brazil 61

68. Masresha Yimer, consultant, Ethiopia [fifth contribution] 62

69. Mahmood Bill, Ghana Muslim Mission, Ghana [third contribution] 63

70. Isaac Olaolu Akinyele, University of Ibadan, Nigeria 63

71. National Programme for Food Security in Nigeria 64

72. Bjorn Marten, GEIST, Sweden 65

73. Sara Granados, Red de Agricultura Urbana, Chile 66

74. Rebecca Amukhoye, GORTA’s Regional Director for East Africa, Uganda 69

75. Denis  I F Lucey, GORTA Hunger Secretariat, Ireland 71

76. Maria Luisa Rodriguez Aguirre, Servicio Nacional de Sanidad, Inocuidad y Calidad Agroalimentaria, Mexico 73

77. Salimata Wade, Université de Dakar, Senegal 75

78. Fabrice Kayani Amani, La Solidarité Estudiantine pour la Bonne Evolution, Democratic Republic of the Congo 77

79. Key note message by Ann Tutwiler, FAO Deputy Director-General (knowledge), Italy 78

80. Thaís L. Bassinello, Makerere University School of Public Health, Uganda 81

81. Anne W. Kepple, State University of Campinas – UNICAMP, Brazil [second contribution] 82

82. Naser Qadous, American Near East Refugee Aid (ANERA), Palestinian Territories 82

83. Angela Kimani, FAO- Sub regional Office in Nairobi, Kenya 83

84. Salma Akter, Padakhep Manabik Unnayan Kendra, Bangladesh 83

85. Tara Acharya, PepsiCo, USA 84

86. Suman K.A., CPPCIF and NAAHM India, India [received through Solution Exchange India] 85

87. Comment by Corinna Hawkes and Karel Callens, facilitators 86

88. Tasman Murray, Hatch, Australia 87

89. Isabella Dolphine Wandati Nyangule, Butere Focused Women in Development (BUFOWODE), Kenya 89

90. Hannah Guedenet, HarvestPlus, USA 89

91. Christopher Tanner, FAO Mozambique, Mozambique 90

92. Yogendranath Das, Bhagalpur University, India 91

93. Francesca Gianfelici and Julien Custot, FAO “Food for the Cities” initiative 92

94. Adèle Irénée Grembombo, France 93

95. Sharon Gordon, Community Gardens, USA 94

96. Bedanga Bordoloi, Novozymes South Asia, India [received through Solution Exchange India] 95

97. Nomeena Anis, FAO, Pakistan   96

98. Lalita Bhattacharjee, FAO, Bangladesh 96

99. Mahmood Bill, Ghana Muslim Mission, Ghana [fourth contribution] 97

100. Final note by Karel Callens and Corinna Hawkes, facilitators 98

Additional contributions received through Solution Exchange India 98

DSK Rao, Gyantech Information Systems Limited, India 98

Farhad Ali, LEPRA Society, Bihar SK Rao, 99

Kashinath Karnic, Independent Consultant, Bangalore, Karnataka 100

Shraddha Srivastava, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi 100

Pramod Sharma, Mahila Chetna Manch, Indore, Madhya Pradesh 100

G Anuradha, MS Swaminathan Research Foundation, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 100

Gurusamy Gandhi, Institute for Subsidized Education Initiatives (ISEI), Bangaluru, Karnataka 101

Vanisha Nambiar, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara, Gujarat 101

Rahul Goswami, Centre for Communication and Development Studies, Pune 102

Kashinath Karnic, Independent Consultant, Bangalore, Karnataka 104

KV Peter, World Noni Research Foundation, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 104

Ardhendu S Chatterjee, Development Research Communication and Services Centre (DRCSC), Kolkata, West Bengal 104

Srijit Mishra, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR), India 105

RK Pal, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, India 107

Prasanna Khemariya, Self Reliant Initiatives through Joint Action (SRIJAN), India 107






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