Right to Food Bangladesh is established as an umbrella Network with the participation of civil society organizations & networks, farmers’ organizations, Trade Unions, Consumer rights associations, CBOs, academia, researchers, individuals and relevant stakeholders.
Improved implementation of Social Safety Net Program in compliance with NSSS
Gaps relating to food and relevant policies identified and shared
Implementation status and progress of NSSS, 7th Five Year Plan and SDG shared and recommendations provided
Social protection measures are significantly helping poor women and girls to be food secure
Countrywide voice raised in favor of Right to Food and Nutrition Security Act
Consensus among the stakeholders, GoB officials and Policy makers built regarding Right to Food Act
Draft Right to Food Act developed that addresses fundamental causes of hunger and food insecurity of poor and marginalized people and submitted to relevant ministries
Initiatives undertaken by the concerned ministry for enactment of Right to Food Act.
Larger proportion of women, especially from marginalized communities, has greater access to institutional financing and other productive resources and
South Asian civil society network on right to food established
Views of small holding producers, especially from marginalized communities, are influencing national and international Right to Food policy discussions
Various joint actions by the South Asian civil society initiated and status of SAARC Food Bank and Seed Bank promoted