Food security coordinators meet

Update: 2:41PM
ABOUT 25 representatives from various stakeholders took part in the first-ever training of the Pacific Food Security Cluster National Coordinators training which will conclude in Nadi today.

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The four-day event was designed to improve the skills of
regional national Food Security Cluster coordinators with training provided on
critical core emergency competencies leadership and coordination skills  and to equip them with the expertise required
to guide their Clusters before, during, and after an  emergency.

Pacific World Food Program (WFP) officer in charge Anthony
Freeman, said they also   addressed the
importance of cross-cutting issues such as gender protection mainstreaming and
Accountability to Affected Populations (AAP) at the event.

The representatives were from governments, non-governmental
and United Nations(UN) organizations, including delegates from six Pacific
Island nations � Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga and
Vanuatu.

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