Food systems and nutrition: the Brazilian experience of addressing all forms of malnutrition
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[Foreword] The Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) stresses the importance of ensuring the human right of all people to adequate and healthy food. It is within this on text that PAHO/WHO is undertaking technical cooperation with Brazilian authorities and civil society through the development of capacity, production and systematization of evidence and good practices with regard to food and nutrition. As a product of technical cooperation, the purpose of this publication is to document a range of policies, programmes and actions developed in Brazil in recent years which have contributed positively to the relationships between food systems and nutrition.
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