SATREPS Bolivia's Quinoa Project was introduced at the Tokyo Nutrition Summit.
Supporting vulnerable groups to become self-reliant through agriculture
There are no one-size-fits-all solutions to the diverse challenges faced by countries around the world, including developing and emerging countries. On the other hand, the world is not blessed with enough resources (people, goods, and money) to tackle each issue individually. In order to realize the most effective local production for local consumption through global wisdom sharing, we need to change the world through "innovative partnership" with the active participation of non-traditional actors who have been involved in food and nutrition. In order to realize "nutrition for all" in a sustainable manner, the perspective of "nutrition by all" is indispensable.
Dr. Nagatoshi introduced the partnership through agriculture, using quinoa as an example.