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dc.creatorAna Liliana Ríos García; Uninorte
dc.creatorLuz Marina Alonso Palacio; Uninorte
dc.creatorAna María Erazo Coronado; unimetro
dc.creatorMiguel Pérez; Universidad de Fresco
dc.descriptionFood and Nutritional Security (SAN) largely determines the quality of life of the population of a country and brings together various aspects of state policies, such as education, health, culture, environment, food and nutrition and access to public services and basic sanitation. Since the rational use of food resources is accompanied by cultural practices for obtaining and preparing food, these should be operated from intersectoral and interdisciplinary perspectives covering all areas: individual, family, local, national and international. In the Rome Declaration on World Faood Security in 1996, States pledged to eradicate hunger in all countries to half their number, however in 2015, the figure increased from the year 1996. Colombia, despite there is no legislation on the subject, has an interest in a change, so interest has been addressed in all sectors. Food security and progress in Colombia requires reviewing experiences of other countries in terms of government policies and implementing effective strategies, because this problem is a matter of state and national security.
dc.publisherUniversidad del Norte
dc.sourceRevista Científica Salud Uninorte; Vol 31, No 1 (2015): Enero-Abril
dc.sourceSalud Uninorte; Vol 31, No 1 (2015): Enero-Abril
dc.titleFood Security Overview: the Colombia experience

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