Global Community Food for Planetary Health

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About the Project

The Global Community Food for Planetary Health (GCFAH) initiative aims to support sustainable, resilient food production and improved human nutrition in small island countries. This collaborative effort involves universities, NGOs, and governments, focusing on the role of community food production. The initiative shares projects, reports, and research outcomes to benefit researchers, policymakers, NGOs, and food producers, embracing an agroecological approach for environmental, social, and economic advantages.

Fiji Country Profile

The Fiji Food System is integral to the nation’s socioeconomic structure and cultural heritage. This profile explores Fiji’s food system, including its historical evolution, key components, dietary patterns, and contemporary challenges. Traditional practices centered around root crops, fishing, and hunting. The colonial era introduced new crops, diversifying and market-orienting the system.


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