Scale of institutional food procurement from smallholder farmers in Brazil

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Description

The WFP Centre of Excellence against Hunger and the IPC-IG celebrated a new agreement in 2014 to promote knowledge exchange on the rural development agenda by developing a study focusing on the estimation of the scale of Brazilian institutional public food procurement.

Partners

United Nations World Food Programme (WFP)—Centre of Excellence against Hunger , Institute for Applied Economic Research (Ipea)

Region/Countries

Latin America and the Caribbean

Brazil

Main Pillar

Knowledge Production

Thematic Area

Inclusive Growth

Other Thematic Areas

Poverty Reduction Policies

Sustainable Development Goals

SDG 1 - No Poverty , SDG 2 - Zero Hunger , SDG 12 - Responsible Consumption and Production

Project Results

A Final Report

The report describes two important programmes, namely the Food Acquisition Programme (PAA) and the National School Feeding Programme (PNAE), which utilise institutional procurement targeting family farmers. Both programmes are interesting innovations in the effort to put together a structured demand for family farmers in Brazil. In addition, the report estimates the scale of government procurement of agricultural produce, exploring its direct and indirect effects. As government institutions require semi or whole processed foods, it also estimates purchases from the food industry.

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