In this section you can find selected material produced as part of NFPCSP’s trainings and other relevant training resources. The page will be constantly updated.
- Post graduate training on Analysis of Data for Measuring Food Availability, Access and Nutritional Status (15 - 26 Jan 2012)
The NFPCSP organized in collaboration with IFPRI a workshop on “Analysis of Datasets for Measuring Availability, Access and Nutritional Status”, which was delivered from 15 to 26 January at the Bangladesh Academy of Rural Development (BARD), Kotbari, Comilla. [more...]
- Training Course on Assessment of Nutritional Status (18 Dec - 22 Dec 2011)
The course, held in FPMU from 18 to 22 December 2011, provides an overview of the common nutrition assessment tools and their relevance to decision making. Field and laboratory methods for nutritional deficiency assessment, nutritional screening and surveillance [more...]
- Post graduate training on Food Security Concepts, Basic Facts and Measurement Issues (26 Jun-7 Jul 2011)
A training workshop on "Food Security Concepts, Basic Facts and Measurement Issues" was delivered at the Bangladesh Academy of Rural Development (BARD), Kotbari, Comilla, from 26 June to 7 July 2011, as part of NFPCSP’s Postgraduate Training Program [more...]
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The Programme is based at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and funded by the European Union’s Food Security Thematic Programme (FSTP). Its overall aim is to improve the quantity and quality of food security information and analysis and promote its use in decision making processes. You can access online trainings and resources free of charge. Among others, trainings include the following topics:
- Climate change and food security
- Introduction to social safety nets
- Food security policies - formulation and implementation
- Food security concepts and frameworks
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