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This team has created a comprehensive definition for ‘r ecovery and redistribution for safe and nutritious food for human consumption’ . The knowledge tool focuses on policy and operational developments that include food safety and quality, human nutrition and the social dimension along with natural resources management and food systems governance.   Recovery of safe and nutritious food for human consumption is to receive, with or without payment, food(processed, semi-processed or raw) which would otherwise be discarded or wasted from the agricultural, livestock and fisheries supply chains of the food system. Redistribution of safe and nutritious food for human consumption is to store or process and then distribute the received food pursuant to appropriate safety, quality and regulatory frameworks directly or through intermediaries, and with or without payment, to those having access to it for food intake.  
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Score: 889738.1 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/.../news/newsdetails/ru/c/288692/
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Ensuring access to safe and nutritious food for all through transformation of food systems. (...) Entrepreneurship offers ways to make nutritious foods more desirable and accessible to consumers. (...) AT1, Strand 2 - Increased access to nutritious food: There are numerous existing bases of knowledge to guide the search for solutions to increase access to nutritious food.
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Score: 889230.7 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...discussion_starter-dec2020.pdf
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Ensuring access to safe and nutritious food for all through transformation of food systems. (...) Entrepreneurship offers ways to make nutritious foods more desirable and accessible to consumers. (...) AT1, Strand 2 - Increased access to nutritious food: There are numerous existing bases of knowledge to guide the search for solutions to increase access to nutritious food.
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Score: 889230.7 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...discussion_starter-dec2020.pdf
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THE RIGHT TO FOOD :DRAFT RESOLUTION / ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, BANGLADESH, BELARUS, BOLIVIA (PLURINATIONAL STATE OF), CABO VERDE, CHINA, CUBA, HONDURAS, LESOTHO, MONGOLIA, MYANMAR, NICARAGUA, RUSSIAN FEDERATION, 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; 10. (...) 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; 33.
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Score: 888911.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/C.3/73/L.36&Lang=E
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Improving first foods and feeding practices for infants and young children UNICEF promotes access to nutritious, safe and affordable foods for children aged 6–23 months. Where nutritious foods are out of reach, UNICEF supports the use of multiple micronutrient powders and fortified foods to improve the quality of children’s diets. (...) Where nutritious diets are out of reach, we support the use of multiple micronutrient powders and fortified foods to improve the nutrient quality of children’s diets.
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Score: 888839.55 - https://www.unicef.org/nutrition/early-childhood-nutrition
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But the outbreak of COVID-19 and a lack of decent work opportunities in many parts of the region, alongside significant uncertainty of food systems and markets, has led to a worsening of inequality, as poorer families with dwindling incomes further alter their diets to choose cheaper, less nutritious foods. Making nutritious foods affordable and accessible   More than 350 million people in the Asia and the Pacific were undernourished in 2019, or roughly half of the global total. (...) The report calls for a transformation of food systems in Asia and the Pacific, with an aim to increase the affordability of, and families’ access to, nutritious, safe, and sustainable diets. Nutritious and healthy diets need to be accessible to everyone, everywhere. (...) A sustainable and nutrition-sensitive food system is essential to produce diverse and nutritious foods for healthy diets. Improved efficiency and productivity of value chains can reduce the costs of essential foods to make them more affordable. 
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Score: 888839.55 - https://www.who.int/australia/...llions-in-asia-and-the-pacific
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The crisis of children’s diets in early life UNICEF/UN0517587/Ijazah Available in: English Bahasa Indonesia Highlights Nutritious food in the earliest years of life is the cornerstone of a child’s development. Yet 2 in 3 children between the ages of 6 months to two years are not getting the nutritious diets they need to grow well. For the first time, UNICEF’s flagship report examines the latest data and evidence on the status, trends and inequities in the diets of young children aged 6–23 months, and the barriers to nutritious, safe and age-appropriate diets. (...) The report outlines key actions for decision makers to make nutritious diets a reality for every child. Author UNICEF Publication date September 2021 Languages English Download Options Available options Fed to Fail - Full Report Fed to Fail - Brief Fed to Fail - Data Tables Feeding My Child Report - 2020 Download file (PDF, 6,68 MB) (PDF, 1,52 MB) (PDF, 1,15 MB) (PDF, 7,58 MB) Related topics Nutrition Global Indonesia More to explore Press release 22 September 2021 Young children’s diets show no improvement in last decade, ‘could get much worse’ under COVID-19 - UNICEF Visit the page Press release 31 July 2021 World Breastfeeding Week 2021: Greater support needed for breastfeeding mothers in Indonesia amid COVID-19 Visit the page Article This chatbot provides critical nutrition support to families A UNICEF pilot programme is helping to facilitate critical nutrition information between families and health workers.
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Score: 887883.4 - https://www.unicef.org/indonesia/reports/fed-fail
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Ensure it’s safe - Governments must ensure safe and nutritious food for all 1. Ensure it’s safe - Governments must ensure safe and nutritious food for all National governments are critical in guaranteeing that we all can eat safe and nutritious food. (...) Eat it safe - All consumers have a right to safe, healthy and nutritious food 4. Eat it safe - All consumers have a right to safe, healthy and nutritious food Consumers have the power to drive change.
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Score: 885525.2 - https://www.fao.org/fao-who-co...sd-archive/calls-to-action/en/
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This team has created a comprehensive definition for ‘r ecovery and redistribution for safe and nutritious food for human consumption’ . The knowledge tool focuses on policy and operational developments that include food safety and quality, human nutrition and the social dimension along with natural resources management and food systems governance.   Recovery of safe and nutritious food for human consumption is to receive, with or without payment, food(processed, semi-processed or raw) which would otherwise be discarded or wasted from the agricultural, livestock and fisheries supply chains of the food system. Redistribution of safe and nutritious food for human consumption is to store or process and then distribute the received food pursuant to appropriate safety, quality and regulatory frameworks directly or through intermediaries, and with or without payment, to those having access to it for food intake.  
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Score: 885525.2 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...ws/newsdetails-zh/zh/c/288692/
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Nurses demonstrate how to make bouille to mothers to feed their children suffering from malnutrition. Nutritious diets in early childhood have the power to shape a healthier future. (...) This intervention, alongside home vegetable gardening activities, helped ensure a more varied and nutritious diet for children and lactating mothers.  (...) Lower income families struggle enormously to find and afford nutritious foods such as fruits, vegetables, eggs, fish, and meat -for their children.
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Score: 885014.55 - https://www.unicef.org/wca/reports/fed-fail
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