The basic objective of the ASEAN cooperation in food, agriculture and forestry is to formulate and implement regional cooperation activities to enhance the international competitiveness of ASEAN’s food, agriculture and forestry products as well as further strengthen the food security arrangement in the region and joint positions in international fora.
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This page includes relevant ASEAN guidelines on land use.
|Name, Year and Summary of the Guideline|
|ASEAN Guidelines for Agroforestry Development
The Guidelines are intended to be applicable to all types of land or ecosystems targeted for agroforestry interventions within ASEAN Member States (AMS). It is not a technical guideline for establishing agroforestry but, rather, a framework or facilitating dialogue in the design of agroforestry policies, programs, projects and investments between, and within, AMS.
This guideline elaborates 13 principles and key guidelines for each principle that can act as “check list” for developing agroforestry program;
|ASEAN Guidelines on Promoting Responsible Investment in Food, Agriculture and Forestry
Year : October, 2018
The guidelines promote favourable conditions to attract responsible investment in Food Agriculture and Forestry (FAF), creating such ecosystem grounded in Committee on World Food Security’s Principles for Responsible Investment in Agriculture Systems (CSF-RAI) to be implemented in ASEAN.
There are ten guidelines that can support ASEAN Member States (AMS) to nurture the ecosystem for responsible investment in FAF. Besides, the guidelines also address roles and responsibilities for identified FAF stakeholders such as agribusinesses and large-scale investors, smallholders, communities, civil society, financial sector actors and home countries.
|AMAF’s Approach to Gender Mainstreaming in the Food, Agriculture and Forestry Sectors
Year : October, 2018
Approach to gender mainstreaming in Food Agriculture and Forestry (FAF) sectors is defined as public measures that apply a gender perspective which aims at affecting the behaviour of different stakeholders (producers, farmers, regulators, and so on), through in general:
The guideline elaborates challenges in various sector around food, agriculture and forestry, comes up with gender interventions to each strategic thrust for different SPAs in Livestock, Crop, Fisheries, Forestry, Climate change and Food security.
|ASEAN Regional Guidelines for Promoting Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) Practices Vol II
Year: September, 2017
They are based on what have been done and/or ongoing projects in ASEAN by partners.
|ASEAN Regional Guidelines for Promoting Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) Practices Vol I
Year: September, 2015
The guideline presents two major obstacles followed by recommendations in attempt to upscale CSA in the region: minimum regional cooperation and implementation of good practices. The guideline identified selected crops with high climate risk before proceeding to the good practices which AMS can refer to.
The technical guidelines cover the following topics: