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Delcy Rodríguez: despite the pandemic, food distribution increased

lanco Narkys February 2 The Executive Vice President of the Republic announced on Tuesday that during 2020 the country increased the distribution of food for the country, in the midst of the covid-19 pandemic, increased the distribution of gasoline to 11 million, and increased the system of missions 517 million bonds that benefited 14 million … Continue reading

January 21 Webinar: Bolivarian Venezuela’s Struggle for Food Sovereignty under the US Blockade

Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gFJfwt6CQkK36VlGEgF_Fw Jan 21, 2021 7:00 PM ET, 4:00 PM Pacific Time Bolivarian Venezuela’s Struggle for Food Sovereignty under the US Blockade William Camacaro will interview Hugo Alberto Nieves on the progress and challenges the movements in Venezuela have made to re-establish national food sovereignty. (Simultaneous English translation will be provided.) William Camacaro maintains the … Continue reading

Help get food from farms to people in Venezuela

The Feria Conuquera Agroecológica is a group of farmers and food processors from Caracas, Venezuela and its surroundings. The Feria started six years ago, gathering experience in organic food production, offering healthy items directly from the farmers/processors to the consumers in Caracas, generating space for knowledge exchanges about diversified agricultural practices, intergenerational dialogue, rescue of recipes and … Continue reading

“Nobody can tell us what to do”: Agroecology as resistance.

  by Friends of the Earth  A visit to two agroecology projects supported by Sahabat Alam Malaysia/ Friends of the Earth Malaysia “We can’t afford to plant only one crop – we have to do what is of more benefit to us,” says Nure anak Samale (below). “And nobody can tell us what to do.” … Continue reading

Starving for Justice? The Compatibility of the United States of America’s Unilateral Coercive Measures with the ‘Right to Food’ in Venezuela

Unilateral coercive measures are a foreign policy tool that are thousands of years old and used by states in response to foreign policy concerns. Their use has become more common throughout the 21st Century, and this raises concerns from a human rights perspective. The purpose of this thesis is to demonstrate that unilateral coercive measures … Continue reading

Vietnam seeks to boost agricultural trade with Venezuela

NDO/VNA – The Vietnamese Embassy in Venezuela held a webinar on August 11 to introduce the Southeast Asian country’s agricultural potential to Venezuelan partners. Addressing nearly 60 guests and representatives of the two countries’ businesses, Vietnamese Ambassador to Venezuela Le Viet Duyen said the Vietnamese Government and people always attach importance to enhancing the two … Continue reading

INVASION ATTEMPT AGAINST COMUNA EL MAIZAL

By Comuna El Maizal – Jul 1, 2020 Just a few minutes before welcoming the month of July, which for us patriots has a very special meaning, with a 24 that saw the visionary Bolívar born and a 28 that gave birth to the story of our giant Chávez, a small group of officials from … Continue reading

ALBA Members To Relaunch Food Plan Amid COVID-19: Venezuela FM

The decision was taken in an effort to assist the hardest-hit nations In order to meet the needs of food and supplies for the region in the midst of the new coronavirus pandemic, Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) members will reactivate the ‘ALBA Alimentos’ (ALBA Food) program,  Venezuelan Foreign Affairs Minister Jorge Arreaza announced … Continue reading

WFP Chief warns of hunger pandemic as COVID-19 spreads (Statement to UN Security Council)

Transcript as delivered of remarks by David Beasley, UN World Food Programme (WFP) Executive Director to today’s virtual session of the UN Security Council on the Maintenance of International Peace and Security: Protecting Civilians Affected by Conflict-Induced Hunger NEW YORK – Forgive me for speaking bluntly, but I’d like to lay out for you very … Continue reading

Declaration of Via Campesina in Support of the May Day Mobilization of Workers in the Face of the COVID-19

  By La Via Campesina North America on May 1, 2020 On this May 1st, the member organizations of La Via Campesina-North America stand with every food system worker in our common struggle against the exploitation, discrimination, and violence that too many of us endure. We take this time to declare that essential workers’ rights … Continue reading

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