Collectif Stratègies Alimentaires    Collectif Stratègies Alimentaires asbl


by Julie Flament, 6 May 2014

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- Introduction : Presentation of the seminar’s objectives and program. Marek POZNANSKI, Collectif Stratégies Alimentaires (CSA)
- The employment-environment Alliances. Caroline EVRARD, Cabinet of Walloon Sustainable Development Minister

SESSION 1. Do Institutional purchases represent an opportunity and a lever to support family farming?

- The institutional purchases serving family farming : lessons learnt from the Brazilian experience. Rui Alberto VALENÇA, General Coordinator of FETRAF-Sul (Federation of family farming workers), Brazil

SESSION 2. The support of family farming through institutional purchases implies a specific targeting

- The P4P Experience : a testimony from World Food Program (WFP). Damien FONTAINE, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for the WFP
- Targeting in Wallonia, Belgium. Marianne STREEL, President of the Union of Walloon Women Farmers (UAW)

SESSION 3. The adequacy between institutional purchases and good governance

- Public administrations’ experiences in Europe. Natacha ZUINEN, Coordinator of the Sustainable Development Department for the Walloon Public Service

- Public administrations’ experiences in Africa. Roch L. MONGBO, Permanent Secretary of the National Council for Food and Nutrition in Benin (CAN-Benin)

- Lessons learnt from the Brazilian and P4P’s experiences. Luana F.J. SWENSSON, Research Analyst , Market Linkages and Value Chains Group , FAO

SESSION 4. Are Family Farmers able to satisfy the institutional demand? What support must be organized to help them towards this goal?

- COFERME’s experience in Belgium. Daniel COULONVAL, Vice-president of the COFERME cooperative and Président of the Walloon Federation of Agriculture (FWA)

- CAPAD’s experience in Burundi. Annick SEZIBERA, General secretary of CAPAD (Confederation of the Associations of agricultural producers for development), Burundi

- ASPRODEB’s experience in Senegal. Hamet Aly SOW, Project Manager for ASPRODEB (Senegalese association for the promotion of development at the ground level), Senegal

- PAKISAMA’s experience in Philippines. Raoul Socrates BANZUELA, National Coordinator of Pakisama (National Confederation of small producers and fishers associations), Philippines

- FNN’s experience in Cambodia. Sophal CHHONG, Program Coordinator of Farmer and Nature Net (FNN) Cambodia