The report “Suggested Priorities for Policy Research to Improve Food Security and Nutrition in Eurasia” is now available.

The report “Suggested Priorities for Policy Research to Improve Food Security and Nutrition in Eurasia” suggests priorities for policy research to support action to improve food security and nutrition in Eurasia. The paper has benefitted from expert consultations and a review of available literature. The paper does not make recommendations about priority policy action, but instead it attempts to identify important knowledge gaps for which new policy research is needed. The suggested priority policy research is organized into the following four sets of challenges and opportunities:
   
1. Improving the diets of the Eurasian population
2. Meeting future food demands; enhancing agricultural incomes; and improving national, regional, and international supply chains
3. Sustainably managing natural resources
4. Managing risk and uncertainty

Seventeen subjects for priority policy research are suggested. They cut across the four challenges mentioned above, and are listed in the report in order of perceived priority.
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