Regional technical platform to tackle purchasing public family farming on 4 June

Regional technical platform to tackle purchasing public family farming on 4 June

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization extends its invitation for the third session of the second cycle of technical exchanges for Family Farming, focusing on purchasing public family farming. Set on 4 June 2024, it seeks to generate a space where public purchasing experiences for family farming are shared and enriched.

The third session will present different configurations of public procurement from family farming for school feeding, demonstrating various mechanisms that make it possible to connect family farmers with these programs, enhancing the supply of healthy and nutritious food. Similarly, the experience of the Sustainable School Feeding Network (RAES) will be presented, which is a strategy promoted by the Government of Brazil to jointly and broadly create solutions to the challenges of school feeding under the principle of the human right to adequate food. In addition, different success stories will be presented in depth, such as those of Brazil and Burkina Faso, which will provide insight into the scope, challenges and opportunities of the implementation of different programs.

Interested people will be able to participate through the Zoom platform, upon registration, and simultaneous interpretation will be available in Spanish, English, Portuguese, French and Arabic. The recordings will be published through the page of the Regional Technical Platform for Family Farming.

To register, click here.

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