Our Expert Group has pinpointed common traits across Asia regarding wild foods and food systems.
This event is for anyone interested in building inclusive food systems in Asia during this decade of action towards 2030.
The pandemic made us reflect on our priorities, and food is at the top of that list. Some grow veggies on their balcony, others take care of their forest.
Agroforestry can help improve food and nutrition security while supporting gender equality and the inclusion of indigenous knowledge.
This brief focuses on the role of agroforestry for food security and nutrition, including the importance of gender equality and recognition of indigenous and local knowledge.
Traditional food systems and indigenous people's knowledge about nature must be part of the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework.
Banning the consumption of wild foods can have positive impacts on nature conservation and on the decrease of zoonotic diseases. But what about communities depending on these resources to survive?
This video presentation uses stories from the field to demonstrate how indigenous communities value and use wild foods and highlight the key challenges they are facing.
Read this summary of an introductory discussion on wild foods, biodiversity and livelihood arranged by one of the SIANI Expert Groups.