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2016.-UNDERSTANDING THE FOOD SECURITY GOVERNANCE IN LATIN AMERICA. ANALYSIS TO STRENGTHEN PLANNING AND COOPERATION

Autores:

Moncayo Miño, Marco Vinicio; Yagüe Blanco, José Luis; Ramírez Fiora, Alberto

Título: UNDERSTANDING THE FOOD SECURITY GOVERNANCE IN LATIN AMERICA. ANALYSIS TO STRENGTHEN PLANNING AND COOPERATION
Congreso: 20th International Congress on Project Management and Engineering
Fecha: Julio de 2016
Lugar : Cartagena(España)
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RESUMEN

2015 was the year agreed to measure the accomplishment of the global goals related to hunger. According to international data, Latin America - LA achieved these goals. This result could be explained, in part, by regulatory development to address food insecurity. Although the regional results, as a whole, are positive; there are some differences at the national level. The reasons why some countries did not take the same way as others, in spite of having strengthened its legal and institutional frameworks, must be a call for reflection. The aim of this research is to understand the governance models that promoted the food security laws in LA, to facilitate project’s design and its implementation. Analyzing the institutional behavior during the public policy cycle, 3 models were differed: first, civil society presents high organization and governmental actors share responsibility in prioritization and development of initiatives; second, government actors seek to assume most responsibilities creating new spaces of joint work at different territorial levels; and third, governmental actors feels capable of assuming most responsibilities using the traditional government structure.

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