Blog Post, Report Examine Lessons Learned From Canada’s Approach To Food, Nutrition Security Policies

Brookings Institution’s “Future Development”: Ending rural hunger: Learning from a decade of Canada’s aid efforts to support global food security
Matias E. Margulis, senior lecturer of political economy at the University of Stirling, discusses lessons derived from “Canada’s approach to global [food and nutrition security (FNS)] policies that are relevant to all donors seeking to align their aid policy with SDG 2,” as well as a recent report he authored “on Canada’s food and nutrition strategies as part of Brookings’s Ending Rural Hunger project” (9/26).

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