With the increasing food import bill placing significant strain on CARICOM economies, achieving food security is a regional priority. Here you’ll find an array of policies and initiatives being undertaken. Use the links below to get started.
This study analyses the composition and policy options surrounding the food import bill (FIB) of the CARICOM Member States, as well as policy options for its reduction. This study, commissioned by the FAO Project on “Promoting... [ Read More ]
Regional Food & Nutrition Security Policy (RFNSP)
CARICOM’s Regional Food & Nutrition Security Policy, approved by the Council for Trade & Economic Development (COTED) (Agriculture) in October 2010.
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CARICOM Food & Nutrition Policy Brief Series #5
Agriculture in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is an important economic activity for food production and livelihoods in rural and urban households. Recently the sector increasingly... [ Read More ]
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