• Foreword
  • Introduction
  • 1 The various aspects of food security
  • What do we mean by “food security”?
  • Food insecurity
  • Understanding more clearly certain notions inherent to food security
  • 2 Food security: European Commission policies and actions
  • New challenges, new strategies
  • A vast range of instruments
  • Managing the transition between humanitarian action and development aid: LRRD
  • 3 Tomorrow’s challenges: eradicating food insecurity and combating poverty
  • A global approach to national development policies
  • Reviving agriculture and rural development
  • The role of social transfers
  • Strengthening the fight against malnutrition
  • Information for action
  • 4 Examples from the field
  • Central America: Meeting the challenge at regional level
  • Myanmar: Food security among displaced populations
  • Ethiopia: Safety net for thousands of rural families
  • Burkina Faso: Ensuring self-sufficiency among small producers