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IMAGINE 2

I imagine myself in some peaceful place in the world, sharing my meal with friends. I imagine a place with big trees and hearing the sound of the sea. The meal would be delicious, with perhaps some kind of meat, plenty of vegetables, aromatic plants, different breads, a good wine and lots of fruits.

I would like to imagine that on march 2020 more people in the world, will be working for food security for everybody, or at least for much more people than today. I imagine a better world with… Continue

Posted on March 18, 2010 at 5:42pm — 1 Comment

ACT 2 Food Security for 1 person of your community

I work with an organization that helps families to build their own home garden. There are new tips about food secutity I've just learn and that I will include in my work. To know more: http://www.inta.gov.ar/extension/prohuerta

I'd like to share wth you what this organization is doing in India, I find it challenging: http://www.villgro.org


Posted on March 18, 2010 at 2:30am — 1 Comment

LEARN 2 What's the biggest food security challenge near you?

This is a real challenge to me.

To begin with, I live in a country in which agriculture is one of the basis of economy. Agriculture goods, wether raw or processed, still earn over half of Argentina´s foreign exchange remaining an indispensable pillar of the country social progress and economic prosperity. In the other side, the urban poverty rate is 20%.

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The World Bank have 7 active programmes on agriculture in this moment.



So, just to understand what is going on, I will… Continue

Posted on March 16, 2010 at 6:19pm — 1 Comment

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