Angola

National Strategy on Food and Nutrition Security (2010-2025)

Executive
Strategy
Passed in 2009
The National Strategy for Food Security and Nutrition (ENSAN) aims to ensure that all Angolans have, at all times, availability of food of adequate quality and variety, and the socioeconomic means to purchase it, to enable them to contribute to the human, economic and social development of Angola. The ENSAN has five thematic topics (lines of action), and seven specific objectives, it includes in its Annex the Action Plan for Food and Nutritional Security (PASAN). ENSAN identifies as one of the direct causes of food insecurity natural disasters such as floods and droughts. Resolution No. 130/09 approves the strategy.

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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