Food Security Analysis Masterclass

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Course Format
Dates and Fees
Course Overview
The methods and difficulties involved in strategic food security planning will be clearly understood by individuals involved in sustainable development planning after taking this course.
Understanding the population's status with regard to food security is a development actor's top goal before intervening in a nation. To identify hungry and food insecure groups and determine the underlying causes, food security analysts conduct a wide range of assessments.
Participants will benefit from interactive learning as they gain a deeper understanding of strategic food security planning's key issues, such as how changing climatic conditions affect food production and how economic pressures, technological advancements, and private sector actions interact with one another. Participants will leave the workshop with the skills necessary to start organizational transformation that takes long-term trends in food security into account, along with starting effective regulation and equal access.
They consist of market evaluations, emergency assessments, and comprehensive food security and vulnerability analysis (CFSVAs).
It gives development professionals in their early and mid-career, the chance to gain a degree in a specialized subject that is becoming more and more important to state and non-state development and relief agencies around the world.
When a food maker can cut down on the time needed to identify a detected physical pollutant and find its source, significant cost savings are gained. The sooner you spot it and figure out if it was caused by malfunctioning machinery, subpar raw materials, or even a fabrication, the sooner you can restart production.
Who Should Attend?

This training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will especially benefit:

  • Non -governmental organizations
  • Research Organization
  • Agricultural extension officers
Course Objectives

 Know the fundamentals of food security analysis and have a thorough understanding of it.

 Learn how to implement several food security intervention strategies.

 Knowing how to use the numerous tools and methodologies for analyzing food security

 Create a community food security assessment team, conduct a community food security assessment, and ascertain the information needs of the community. 

 Possess understanding of food security policy concerns and the capacity to assess

 Monitoring and Evaluation in Food Security Programming

To Be Covered Area:

 Introduction to the fundamental ideas behind food security

 The reasons behind food insecurity and an explanation of how to plan and execute interventions for the poorest areas of a community.

 Resilience of the food system and indicators

 Planning and preparation for specific actions

 Kinds of food security evaluations: System for Monitoring Food Security (FSMS) procedures for analyzing food security circumstances 

 Factors that affect both food security and non-food security


$3,950.00 Fees + VAT as applicable

(including coffee breaks and a buffet lunch daily)

Duration: 10 Days

7th – 18th October, 2024     

11th – 22nd November, 2024

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