CFS Policy Convergence Products Database

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The Committee on World Food Security (CFS) is the foremost inclusive international and intergovernmental platform for all stakeholders to work together to ensure food security and nutrition for all. This database provides easy access to CFS products, such as voluntary guidelines, policy recommendations and principles.

PR

Policy Recommendations

VGGT

Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries, and Forests

RAI

Principles for Responsible Investment in Agriculture and Food Systems

FFA

Framework for Action for Food Security and Nutrition in Protracted Crises

RtF

Voluntary Guidelines - Right to Food

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Respect, and preserve traditional knowledge on sustainable water management and adaptation to shocks and stressors in order to strengthen the resilience of livelihoods
PR, Year 2015, Session 42
Develop and share knowledge, technologies and tools related to water for FSN
PR, Year 2015, Session 42
Support cross-sectoral and multistakeholder participatory and independent platforms and processes for research, knowledge exchange and voluntary technology transfer on mutually agreed terms, involving local communities and farmer organizations to improve water management for FSN
PR, Year 2015, Session 42
Invest in technological and institutional innovations in agricultural practices and products for sustainable and efficient water use and management for FSN
PR, Year 2015, Session 42
Strengthen national capacities on water for FSN related activities and programmes in order to facilitate innovation, use of technologies and adoption of locally adapted water use practices by stakeholders, thereby upgrading community based knowledge
PR, Year 2015, Session 42
Invest in and institutionalize water information systems and national and local monitoring mechanisms to support decision-making at appropriate national and local level including , gender-disaggregated data and gender-sensitive indicators
PR, Year 2015, Session 42
Consider initiating cost effective awareness raising and advocacy campaigns amongst all stakeholders to develop consensus on the magnitude of water challenges, especially for FSN
PR, Year 2015, Session 42
Foster inclusive and effective collaboration and national and local governance on water for FSN
PR, Year 2015, Session 42
Develop inclusive and transparent national and local governance mechanisms to address trade-offs and synergies in water use and allocation, with due consideration for the importance in domestic use and impacts on FSN, and apply the principles of integrated water resource management
PR, Year 2015, Session 42
Promote effective participation of all relevant actors in the development of policies and national and local governance mechanisms for the management of water for FSN and empower water users' organizations and local communities, in particular indigenous peoples, to effectively participate in decisions affecting them on the planning, management, use and conservation of water
PR, Year 2015, Session 42
Work to ensure the sustainable management of groundwater, taking into account renewal rates, and establish national and community-based systems to monitor and control individual water withdrawals
PR, Year 2015, Session 42
Promote collaborative water management and best practices for the sustainable use of transboundary water basins, lakes, rivers and aquifers, recognizing the economic and social needs of countries, taking into consideration implications for FSN with full respect for national sovereignty and as applicable, existing bilateral, regional and multilateral agreements
PR, Year 2015, Session 42
Promote the full and meaningful implementation of international human rights obligations and instruments as they relate to water for FSN
PR, Year 2015, Session 42
Fully observe the international human rights obligations as they relate to water for FSN and acknowledge the linkages between the right to safe drinking water and sanitation and the progressive realization of the right to adequate food in the context of national food security
PR, Year 2015, Session 42
Assess the direct and indirect effects of water and land related policies and actions, including largescale land acquisitions, on the progressive realization of both the right to safe drinking water and sanitation and the right to adequate food in the context of national food security. Pay particular attention to the needs, use and tenure rights of marginalized and vulnerable users, those of indigenous peoples and of those whose rights are reflected in customary arrangements, in line with the VGGT
PR, Year 2015, Session 42
Take water into account when applying CFS policy instruments, as appropriate
PR, Year 2015, Session 42
Improve data collection and knowledge sharing on FLW
PR, Year 2014, Session 41
Promote a common understanding on the nature and scope of FLW, which may lead to a common definition of FLW.
PR, Year 2014, Session 41
Improve the collection, transparency and sharing of data, disaggregated when appropriate, on FLW at all stages of the food chain as well as sharing of experiences, and best practices relating to reducing FLW in food systems.
PR, Year 2014, Session 41
Consider developing common protocols and methodologies, and improve coherence amongst existing ones, for measuring FLW and analyse the underlying causes. This should be done through an inclusive and participatory process, taking into account product, country, and stakeholder specificities and initiatives, and building upon the experiences of FAO, IFAD, WFP and other organizations as appropriate.
PR, Year 2014, Session 41

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