Survey on the Use and Implementation of the CFS Framework for Action for Food Security and Nutrition in Protracted Crises (FFA)
Prepared by the Civil Society and Indigenous Peoples’ Mechanism for relations with the CFS
The purpose of this survey is to determine what policies and responses are being taken by different actors — such as governments, international organizations, and civil society — in contexts of protracted crises, in relation to food and agriculture. Specifically, the survey seeks to gauge the extent to which principles of the Framework for Action for Food Security and Nutrition in Protracted Crises (FFA), a policy guideline endorsed in 2015 by the UN Committee on World Food Security and Nutrition (CFS), are being used and implemented. Results of the survey will be used to inform a report written by the Civil Society and Indigenous Peoples’ Mechanism (CSM) for relations with the CFS, expected to be presented at the next CFS plenary session in October 2020. For more information on the FFA, please see the annex at the end of this survey.
1. Please describe the context of protracted crisis that you live or work in.
Protracted crises can include war, conflict, occupation, and natural disasters, among others, that persist over a long period of time. They often result in disruption of livelihoods and food systems, increased displacements, and increased rates of morbidity and mortality.
2. How has this situation of protracted crisis negatively impacted food security in your country?
3. How has the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated this crisis?
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