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RIGHT TO FOOD : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The underlying causes of malnutrition are complex and multidimensional, and access to nutritious food is often a key indicator of socioeconomic inequality. (...) Such factors impede their ability to provide adequately nutritious foods for themselves and their families, leading to intergenerational cycles of malnutrition. 20 B. (...) The Rome Declaration on World Food Security, adopted in 1996, reiterated “the right of everyone to have access to safe and nutritious food, consistent with the right to adequate food and the fundamental right of everyone to be free from hunger”.
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Score: 907926.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/71/282&Lang=E
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Nature’s nutritious seeds:10 reasons why you should opt for pulses | Zero Hunger Challenge Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Zero Hunger Challenge Join The Challenge! (...) The Challenge Join the Challenge Events Resources Videos Blog Contact Us Home Nature’s nutritious seeds:10 reasons why you should opt for pulses Nature’s nutritious seeds:10 reasons why you should opt for pulses 28 Sep 2016 We  see them each and every day: at the grocery store, the farmer’s market and as side orders served with your favourite dish. (...) However, these tiny, multi-coloured seeds have been one of nature’s nutritious foods since time began.  Here is why: Pulses are naturally  low in fat and contain no cholesterol , which can contribute to reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
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Score: 902620.8 - https://www.un.org/zerohunger/...sons-why-you-should-opt-pulses
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Key vulnerability for availability and accessibility of such type of nutritious and healthy food is associated with its prices. Most often, nutritious, and healthy choices of food is expensive. Farmers engaged in farming of nutritious and heathy foods are not well supported by farmer-friendly policies, supplies (seed, manure, insecticide, pesticide) and skills (production and marketing) resulting in these nutritious and healthy food choices to be expensive in the big and small markets.
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Score: 902090.2 - https://www.unicef.org/nepal/p...ade-could-get-much-worse-under
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Generally understood as the right to feed oneself in dignity, it is more than just freedom from hunger; it is the idea that everyone, everywhere should have access to an adequate, nutritious diet: one that is accessible without going to great lengths to obtain it, one that is affordable, meaning that families do not having to sacrifice other basic needs to buy it, and one that is both nutritious and in line with religious and cultural customs.     (...) With FAO’s technical support, the government has put together a strategy that will ensure that every Fijian has a right to food by increasing access to and production of nutritious food. The government has committed to distributing 36 000 garden packages of different vegetable and fruits seeds to the local population to help widen access to nutritious foods like mangos, avocados, guavas, dragon fruit, breadfruit and passionfruit. (...) FAO has been charged with helping make these spaces productive, providing agricultural training, technology and seeds to help these new farmers produce healthy, nutritious foods for their local communities and a resilient income for themselves.
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Score: 901075.4 - https://www.fao.org/fao-stories/article/en/c/1333853/
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REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF EXPERTS ON THE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS AND ON THE GLOBALLY HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF CLASSIFICATION AND LABELLING OF CHEMICALS ON ITS NINTH SESSION
S T /S G /A C .1 0 /4 6 /A d d .3 1 8 Table 3.2.6: Skin corrosion criteria for in vitro/ex vivo methods Category OECD Test Guideline 430 (Transcutaneous Electrical Resistance test method) OECD Test Guideline 431 Reconstructed human Epidermis test methods: Methods 1, 2, 3, 4 as numbered in Annex 2 of OECD Test Guideline 431 OECD Test Guideline 435 Membrane barrier test method Using rat skin discs corrosive chemicals are identified by their ability to produce a loss of normal stratum corneum integrity. (...) Four similar methods where the test chemical is applied topically to a three-dimensional reconstructed human epidermis (RhE) which closely mimics the properties of the upper parts of human skin. (...) perforation), and (ii) the subsequent confirmatory testing of positive results using a dye binding step is negative ≥ 35% after 240 min exposure ≥ 50% after 3 min exposure and ≥ 15% after 60 min exposure > 240 min. > 60 min S T /S G /A C .1 0 /4 6 /A d d .3 1 9 Table 3.2.7 Skin irritation criteria for in vitro methods Category Test Guideline 439 Reconstructed Human Epidermis test methods Four similar methods (1-4) where the test chemical is applied topically to a three-dimensional reconstructed human epidermis (RhE) which closely mimics the properties of the upper parts of human skin.
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Score: 901068.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=ST/SG/AC.10/46/ADD.3&Lang=E
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STATE OF GLOBAL FOOD INSECURITY :DRAFT RESOLUTION / BRAZIL, EGYPT, FIJI, KENYA, LEBANON, PAKISTAN, QATAR, SENEGAL, SOUTH AFRICA AND TUNISIA
A/76/L.55 3/5 22-06839 Reaffirming the right of everyone to have access to safe, sufficient and nutritious food, consistent with the right to adequate food and the fundamental right of everyone to be free from hunger, Determined to address the global food security crisis on the basis of unity, solidarity and renewed multilateral cooperation, and recognizing the fundamental role of the United Nations system in catalysing and coordinating a comprehensive global response, under the leadership of the Secretary-General, 1. (...) Calls upon Member States and other relevant stakeholders to keep food and agriculture supply chains functioning, including capacity for seeding, protecting standing crops, rearing livestock, infrastructure for processing food, and all logistical systems, ensure the continued trade in and movement of food and livestock, products and inputs essential for agricultural and food production to markets, minimize food loss and waste, support workers and farmers, including women farmers, in agriculture and food supply chains to continue their essential work, including cross-border, in a safe manner, mobilize and allocate adequate resources and enhance sustainable infrastructure and institutional capacities for an accelerated implementation of sustainable agriculture and food systems, provide continued access to adequate, safe, affordable and nutritious food, and provide adequate social safety nets and assistance to minimize the negative effects of loss of livelihoods and increasing food prices on food insecurity and malnutrition, and underlines that this is exacerbating existing high levels of acute food insecurity and humanitarian needs; 5. (...) Calls upon Member States to remain committed to keeping a strong focus on the sustainable transformation of the global agrifood system, aiming for a global system that can deliver sufficient, safe, affordable, nutritious food and healthy die ts for all people and provide employment and income, particularly in rural areas, while at the same time fully respecting planetary boundaries in line with the 2030 Agenda A/76/L.55 22-06839 4/5 for Sustainable Development,3 the Paris Agreement,4 the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change5 and the Convention on Biological Diversity6 and its upcoming post-2020 global biodiversity framework; 7.
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Score: 901015.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=A/76/L.55&Lang=E
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THE RIGHT TO FOOD :DRAFT RESOLUTION / ANGOLA, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, BANGLADESH, BELARUS, BURKINA FASO, CABO VERDE, CHINA, COMOROS, CÔTE D'IVOIRE, CUBA, HONDURAS, JORDAN, LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC, NICARAGUA, PAKISTAN, PORTUGAL, RUSSIAN FEDERATION, SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES, SUDAN, VENEZUELA (BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF) AND VIET NAM
Also reaffirms the right of everyone to have access to safe, sufficient and nutritious food, consistent with the right to adequate food and the fundamental right of everyone to be free from hunger, so as to be able to fully develop and maintain his or her physical and mental capacities; 3. (...) Reaffirms the need to ensure that programmes delivering safe and nutritious food are inclusive of and accessible to persons with disabilities; 11. (...) Reaffirms that integrating food and nutritional support, with the goal that all people at all times will have access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food to meet their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life, is part of a comprehensive effort to improve public health, alongside the response to the spread of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and other communicable diseases; 34.
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Score: 900956.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/C.3/75/L.26&Lang=E
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Stimulating inclusive procurement and value chains for school food When school meal programmes purchase fresh and nutritious foods from local farmers, this can provide economic opportunities and improve community development. (...) FAO is partnering with WFP, with the support of the German Ministry of Food and Agriculture, to assist countries in defining minimum criteria for quality and nutritious school meals and other foods available in schools. (...) Recommendations include: Distributing nutritious meals or food baskets (with high nutritious value foods like pulses, milk, eggs, fruit and vegetables) regularly.
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Score: 900219.1 - https://www.fao.org/resources/...l-reports/school-nutrition/en/
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT OF EVERYONE TO THE ENJOYMENT OF THE HIGHEST ATTAINABLE STANDARD OF PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH, ANAND GROVER : UNHEALTHY FOODS, NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES AND THE RIGHT TO HEALTH
Reducing the price of nutritious food to levels cheaper than or comparable to unhealthy foods would make healthy foods more affordable. (...) Procurement policies could be used to encourage farmers to produce fruits and vegetables, guaranteeing profits and making more nutritious diets affordable for low- income groups. (...) This may be the case even for foods marketed as “healthy” children’s meals. Where genuinely nutritious options are available, the default option may still be the unhealthy one.58 38.
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Score: 899543.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=A/HRC/26/31&Lang=E
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INTERIM REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT TO FOOD
The first five years of a child’s life are the most important in terms of human development and focus must be given to encouraging investment in future generations by providing healthy, adequate and nutritious food to young children. Ensuring food security, including a nutritious diet, makes a vital contribution to achieving a healthy society, both physically and mentally. The Special Rapporteur will make every effort to raise global awareness of the right of every child to enjoy the benefits of healthy, nutritious, sustainable food. That goal is especially relevant for societies faced with significant economic and climatic challenges. 20. (...) It is not possible to develop a successful sustainable policy framework to eradicate hunger and provide adequate and nutritious food accessible to all without considering the specific requirements of women and children.
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Score: 899036.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/69/275&Lang=E
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