Addressing structural issues behind poverty, hunger malnutrition remain absent : Page 3 of 3
Posted on 11 October 2013
protracted crises, and monitoring and accountability mechanisms are expected to be finalized before the current session ends. But for the CFS reform process to make a genuine impact on food security and nutrition policies, it must heed the voices of the world’s impoverished, especially its rural peoples.
Four years after its reform process started in 2008, the CFS may still be a wobbly child learning to walk, but it urgently needs to explore its wider horizons and not cage itself within the neoliberal mould of policies that have long been the drivers of poverty, hunger and malnutrition. ###