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Brazil, 19 May 2016  The WFP Centre of Excellence is the result of a solid partnership between WFP and Brazil. Its work is based on collaborating with national governments, research institutions, international development agencies, and NGOs. The Centre’s South-South cooperation and advocacy initiatives have a multiplying effect: those receiving direct technical assistance from the Centre contribute to the dissemination of concepts and messages related to tackling hunger and malnutrition. The WFP Centre works with government counterparts, smallholder farmers and local communities to ensure that policies and programmes will achieve the expected impacts.  The work of the WFP Centre of Excellence is request-driven: governments approach the Centre to access learning opportunities. The majority of countries seek support to design and implement home-grown school meals programmes, inspired by the successful Brazilian experience. In Brazil, the meals are entirely funded by the government and 30 percent of the food budget is used to purchase produce from smallholder farmers.  Photo: WFP/Mariana Rocha
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Brazil, 26 August 2015  The WFP Centre of Excellence is the result of a solid partnership between WFP and Brazil. Its work is based on collaborating with national governments, research institutions, international development agencies, and NGOs. The Centre’s South-South cooperation and advocacy initiatives have a multiplying effect: those receiving direct technical assistance from the Centre contribute to the dissemination of concepts and messages related to tackling hunger and malnutrition. The WFP Centre works with government counterparts, smallholder farmers and local communities to ensure that policies and programmes will achieve the expected impacts.  The work of the WFP Centre of Excellence is request-driven: governments approach the Centre to access learning opportunities. The majority of countries seek support to design and implement home-grown school meals programmes, inspired by the successful Brazilian experience. In Brazil, the meals are entirely funded by the government and 30 percent of the food budget is used to purchase produce from smallholder farmers.  Photo: WFP/Mariana Rocha
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Brazil, 26 August 2015  The WFP Centre of Excellence is the result of a solid partnership between WFP and Brazil. Its work is based on collaborating with national governments, research institutions, international development agencies, and NGOs. The Centre’s South-South cooperation and advocacy initiatives have a multiplying effect: those receiving direct technical assistance from the Centre contribute to the dissemination of concepts and messages related to tackling hunger and malnutrition. The WFP Centre works with government counterparts, smallholder farmers and local communities to ensure that policies and programmes will achieve the expected impacts.  The WFP Centre supports regional networks, such as the African School Feeding Network that connects 21 countries for knowledge exchange and joint initiatives. As a result, the Centre has partnered with the African Union to conduct a study on the benefits and costs of school feeding for African countries. The AU heads of state recently adopted school feeding as a continental strategy to fight hunger and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. The WFP Centre organized a study visit for an African Union delegation in 2015. It visited a rural school to understand how Brazil has linked school feeding and smallholder farming.  Photo: WFP/Mariana Rocha
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Brazil, 26 August 2015  The WFP Centre of Excellence is the result of a solid partnership between WFP and Brazil. Its work is based on collaborating with national governments, research institutions, international development agencies, and NGOs. The Centre’s South-South cooperation and advocacy initiatives have a multiplying effect: those receiving direct technical assistance from the Centre contribute to the dissemination of concepts and messages related to tackling hunger and malnutrition. The WFP Centre works with government counterparts, smallholder farmers and local communities to ensure that policies and programmes will achieve the expected impacts.  Students work in the school garden in a rural school in Brazil. The school garden is used as a tool to promote food and nutritional education, as well as a means to make school meals more nutritious. The WFP Centre’s South-South cooperation approach starts with the Brazilian experiences in fighting hunger and poverty and helps developing countries create new models, strengthening local capacity and enhancing innovation.  Photo: WFP/Mariana Rocha
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Brazil, 9 October 2013  The WFP Centre of Excellence is the result of a solid partnership between WFP and Brazil. Its work is based on collaborating with national governments, research institutions, international development agencies, and NGOs. The Centre’s South-South cooperation and advocacy initiatives have a multiplying effect: those receiving direct technical assistance from the Centre contribute to the dissemination of concepts and messages related to tackling hunger and malnutrition. The WFP Centre works with government counterparts, smallholder farmers and local communities to ensure that policies and programmes will achieve the expected impacts.  Keeping children fed is not enough; they have to be well nourished. The growing interest of developing countries in food security and nutrition solutions has increased the demand for knowledge exchange initiatives. The Centre has provided learning opportunities in nutrition-sensitive and specific programmes for all 37 countries with which it works. The Brazilian school feeding programme follows nutritional guidelines in order to meet the minimum nutritional needs of students.  Photo: WFP/Camila Schindler
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Brazil, 23 May 2013  The WFP Centre of Excellence is the result of a solid partnership between WFP and Brazil. Its work is based on collaborating with national governments, research institutions, international development agencies, and NGOs. The Centre’s South-South cooperation and advocacy initiatives have a multiplying effect: those receiving direct technical assistance from the Centre contribute to the dissemination of concepts and messages related to tackling hunger and malnutrition. The WFP Centre works with government counterparts, smallholder farmers and local communities to ensure that policies and programmes will achieve the expected impacts.  Workshops, seminars, training sessions and conferences are important tools to promote the exchange of good practices and lessons learnt. They also emphasize to decision makers how crucial it is to include the fight against hunger among a country’s priorities. The WFP Centre organizes or supports international events for government officials and technical staff, to ensure high-level commitment to the execution of social policies and programmes. These events usually include field trips so that participants can see first-hand the benefits of prioritizing social development initiatives.  Photo: WFP/Ivan Canabrava
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Brazil, 22 March 2013  The WFP Centre of Excellence is the result of a solid partnership between WFP and Brazil. Its work is based on collaborating with national governments, research institutions, international development agencies, and NGOs. The Centre’s South-South cooperation and advocacy initiatives have a multiplying effect: those receiving direct technical assistance from the Centre contribute to the dissemination of concepts and messages related to tackling hunger and malnutrition. The WFP Centre works with government counterparts, smallholder farmers and local communities to ensure that policies and programmes will achieve the expected impacts.  The WFP Centre aims to establish sound evidence to support governments’ decision-making on school feeding, food security, nutrition and social development. It has conducted six studies into different aspects of the Brazilian Zero Hunger experience, with special attention paid to the school feeding programme and the various initiatives to strengthen smallholder farming. Linking social policies to smallholder agriculture is key to ensuring that the most vulnerable populations, usually concentrated in rural areas, are included in a country’s efforts to overcome hunger. The impacts of this approach can be seen by delegations during study visits to Brazil.  Photo: WFP/Vinicius Limongi
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Brazil, December 2011  The Malian study visit to Brazil took place from 6 to 16 of December, 2011. Mali is one of the Centre’s priority countries and the study visit was the first activity within this cooperation between the WFP Centre and the Government of Mali, with close coordination and involvement of the CO.  WFP and the Government of Brazil have launched the Centre of Excellence Against Hunger, a joint initiative which aims to help countries expand their school meal programmes so as to improve the food security of children. “The Centre will provide a unique South-South bridge to food security,” says WFP Executive Director Josette Sheeran.  Mr Daniel Balaban sharing meeting with Staffs of Mali’s Ministry of Education and Ministry of Agriculture, staff of FNDE, WFP Mali staffs and staff from the WFP Center of Excellence.  Photo: WFP/Gonga Dore
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Brazil, December 2011  The Malian study visit to Brazil took place from 6 to 16 of December, 2011. Mali is one of the Centre’s priority countries and the study visit was the first activity within this cooperation between the WFP Centre and the Government of Mali, with close coordination and involvement of the CO.  WFP and the Government of Brazil have launched the Centre of Excellence Against Hunger, a joint initiative which aims to help countries expand their school meal programmes so as to improve the food security of children. “The Centre will provide a unique South-South bridge to food security,” says WFP Executive Director Josette Sheeran.  Mr Daniel Balaban sharing meeting with Staffs of Mali’s Ministry of Education and Ministry of Agriculture, staff of FNDE, WFP Mali staffs and staff from the WFP Center of Excellence.  Photo: WFP/Gonga Dore
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Brazil, December 2011  The Malian study visit to Brazil took place from 6 to 16 of December, 2011. Mali is one of the Centre’s priority countries and the study visit was the first activity within this cooperation between the WFP Centre and the Government of Mali, with close coordination and involvement of the CO.  WFP and the Government of Brazil have launched the Centre of Excellence Against Hunger, a joint initiative which aims to help countries expand their school meal programmes so as to improve the food security of children. “The Centre will provide a unique South-South bridge to food security,” says WFP Executive Director Josette Sheeran.  Mr Daniel Balaban sharing meeting with Staffs of Mali’s Ministry of Education and Ministry of Agriculture, staff of FNDE, WFP Mali staffs and staff from the WFP Center of Excellence.  Photo: WFP/Aboubacar Guindo
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Brazil, December 2011  The Malian study visit to Brazil took place from 6 to 16 of December, 2011. Mali is one of the Centre’s priority countries and the study visit was the first activity within this cooperation between the WFP Centre and the Government of Mali, with close coordination and involvement of the CO.  WFP and the Government of Brazil have launched the Centre of Excellence Against Hunger, a joint initiative which aims to help countries expand their school meal programmes so as to improve the food security of children. “The Centre will provide a unique South-South bridge to food security,” says WFP Executive Director Josette Sheeran.  Picture with the Minister of Education of Mali, Mr Daniel Balaban and staff in Mali traditional clothing.  Photo: WFP/Aboubacar Guindo
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Brazil, December 2011  WFP and the Government of Brazil have launched the Centre of Excellence Against Hunger, a joint initiative which aims to help countries expand their school meal programmes so as to improve the food security of children. “The Centre will provide a unique South-South bridge to food security,” says WFP Executive Director Josette Sheeran.  Mali Minister of Education being presented with a Certificate with the school students.  Photo: WFP/Aboubacar Guindo
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Brazil, December 2011  The Malian study visit to Brazil took place from 6 to 16 of December, 2011. Mali is one of the Centre’s priority countries and the study visit was the first activity within this cooperation between the WFP Centre and the Government of Mali, with close coordination and involvement of the CO.  WFP and the Government of Brazil have launched the Centre of Excellence Against Hunger, a joint initiative which aims to help countries expand their school meal programmes so as to improve the food security of children. “The Centre will provide a unique South-South bridge to food security,” says WFP Executive Director Josette Sheeran.  Mr Daniel Balaban sharing meeting with Staffs of Mali’s Ministry of Education and Ministry of Agriculture, staff of FNDE, WFP Mali staffs and staff from the WFP Center of Excellence.  Photo: WFP/Gonga Dore
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Brazil, December 2011  The Malian study visit to Brazil took place from 6 to 16 of December, 2011. Mali is one of the Centre’s priority countries and the study visit was the first activity within this cooperation between the WFP Centre and the Government of Mali, with close coordination and involvement of the CO.  WFP and the Government of Brazil have launched the Centre of Excellence Against Hunger, a joint initiative which aims to help countries expand their school meal programmes so as to improve the food security of children. “The Centre will provide a unique South-South bridge to food security,” says WFP Executive Director Josette Sheeran.  Two young students are ready to eat their school meal.  Photo: WFP/Aboubacar Guindo
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Brazil, Município de Jequié, Bahia December 2011   The Malian study visit to Brazil took place from 6 to 16 of December, 2011. Mali is one of the Centre’s priority countries and the study visit was the first activity within this cooperation between the WFP Centre and the Government of Mali, with close coordination and involvement of the CO.  WFP and the Government of Brazil have launched the Centre of Excellence Against Hunger, a joint initiative which aims to help countries expand their school meal programmes so as to improve the food security of children. “The Centre will provide a unique South-South bridge to food security,” says WFP Executive Director Josette Sheeran.  Local farmers, Mali delegation and WFP staff.  Photo: WFP/Aboubacar Guindo
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Brazil, December 2011  The Malian study visit to Brazil took place from 6 to 16 of December, 2011. Mali is one of the Centre’s priority countries and the study visit was the first activity within this cooperation between the WFP Centre and the Government of Mali, with close coordination and involvement of the CO.  WFP and the Government of Brazil have launched the Centre of Excellence Against Hunger, a joint initiative which aims to help countries expand their school meal programmes so as to improve the food security of children. “The Centre will provide a unique South-South bridge to food security,” says WFP Executive Director Josette Sheeran.  Mali’s delegation, FNDE and WFP Staffs get together around Mr. Daniel Balaban Director of WFP Center of Excellence for a group picture.  Photo: WFP/Gonga Dore
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Brazil, December 2011  WFP and the Government of Brazil have launched the Centre of Excellence Against Hunger, a joint initiative which aims to help countries expand their school meal programmes so as to improve the food security of children. “The Centre will provide a unique South-South bridge to food security,” says WFP Executive Director Josette Sheeran.  Mr. Daniel Balaban Director of WFP Centre of Excellence Against Hunger in Brasilia welcomes the Mali’s delegation.  Photo: WFP/Aboubacar Guindo
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Brazil, May 2004   Ms. Zoraida Mesa, former regional director of the Latin American and Caribbean area, meets with President of Brazil Mr. Ignacio Lula da Silva   Photo: WFP/Marcelo Spina
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Brazil, May 2004   Meeting with Mr. Frei Betto, Special Adviser to the Presidency and Coordinator of Social Mobilization of the Zero Hunger Program.   Photo: WFP/Marcelo Spina
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Brazil, May 2004   Meeting with Mr. Frei Betto, Special Adviser to the Presidency and Coordinator of Social Mobilization of the Zero Hunger Program.   Photo: WFP/Marcelo Spina
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Brazil, May 2004    WFP Executive Director, Mr. James T. Morris, meets with the Brazilian President Mr. Ignacio  Lula Da Silva.   Photo: WFP/Marcelo Spina
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Brazil, May 2004   WFP Executive Director, Mr. James T. Morris, meets with the Brazilian President Mr. Ignacio  Lula Da Silva.   Photo: WFP/Marcelo Spina
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Brazil, May 2004   WFP Executive Director, Mr. James Morris, meets with the Brazilian President Mr. Ignacio  Lula Da Silva.   Photo: WFP/Marcelo Spina
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Brazil,  May 2004  ED Meeting with Mr. Frei Betto, Special Adviser to the Presidency and Coordinator of Social Mobilization of the Zero Hunger Program.  Representatives of the Agricultural Social Movement and NGOs related to Agricultural Sustainability will be present.  Social Movements: MST, CONTAG, FETRAF, MAB.  NGOs Present: INESC, OXFAM, ACTION AID  Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Brazil, May 2004   Ms. Zoraida Mesa, former regional director of the Latin American and Caribbean area, meets with President of Brazil Mr. Ignacio Lula da Silva   Photo: WFP/Marcelo Spina
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