Burma Democratic Concern has the firm determination to carry on doing until the democracy restore in Burma.

Tuesday, 10 April 2012

We need to give priority to agricultural investments that support the infrastructure and input requirements of sustainable family farming

We need resources from agricultural investments to improve the effectiveness, capacities and capabilities of the organisations and networks at all levels to be able to develop, promote and defend family farming, sustainable food systems and food sovereignty:

We need to realise a common approach in the face of harmful agricultural investments that are capturing productive resources, imposing industrial models of production, and implementing policies, strategies and research and other programmes that undermine local food systems.

We need to Increase the knowledge at all levels including individual famers’ organisations to national platforms and the regional and continental networks about the CFS (UN Committee on world
Food Security) and CSM (Committee on World Food Security) process

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