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Dokumenti mressqa: ara l-Minuti 4. Linda McAvan, author. Looking at progress in this area, we have made progress, but despite that, the number of children dying or suffering from undernutrition remains unacceptably high. This oral question and resolution seeks to ensure this issue is given the priority it deserves by the Commission in our collective action towards the post global development framework.

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Dokumenti mressqa: ara l-Minuti 4. Linda McAvan, author. Looking at progress in this area, we have made progress, but despite that, the number of children dying or suffering from undernutrition remains unacceptably high. This oral question and resolution seeks to ensure this issue is given the priority it deserves by the Commission in our collective action towards the post global development framework.

Undernutrition represents an enormous development challenge. It can create a vicious cycle of poverty, can reduce productivity and impede social and economic development. That is why the fight against child undernutrition and the provision of universal access to adequate nutritious food should remain as one of the major goals in the post agenda.

We voted on Tuesday on that issue, and it is something we do feel is very important. In the draft document by the Own Working Group of the United Nations, goal 2 of the draft SDGs has a target to end all forms of malnutrition by and by achieve the internationally-agreed targets on stunting and wasting in children under five.

That means reducing the number of stunted children by more than 70 million — 70 million, colleagues — by In the Stier report on Tuesday, our Parliament voted with a huge majority to support this objective and goes further, calling for the zero hunger goal to end the scandal of hunger by It calls for promoting sustainable agriculture and recognising the specific needs of women farmers related to food security.

These are vital efforts in our fight against child malnutrition. So what we are asking the Commission for this morning, and why we have asked for this debate, is because we now need a concrete action plan from the Commission on how we, as the European Union, can contribute to the child undernutrition targets, and how we can work with our international partners to achieve this.

I understand that the Commission services have been working on an action plan on nutrition, and I wonder, Commissioner, could you update us on this and tell us what is happening and when we can expect something concrete? And how can the Commission ensure coordination, both in its different policies and with our international partners, in speeding up progress towards the WHO targets?

Reduced and ending child undernutrition is possible but, like our other development policies, it requires resources, coordination and political will. This week we have had a debate marking the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Tackling undernutrition in the next 15 to 20 years would be a key contribution to make sure that every child could have the basic right that gives them the opportunity for a decent life. Christos Stylianides, Member of the Commission. I would like to thank Ms McAvan for this pertinent question. It reminds us all that undernutrition is not only a real human tragedy but also an economic issue which can be in the way of sustainable development.

Let me underline that the Commission is fully engaged to improve the current situation, since in the last few years the European Union has indeed emerged as a key actor in the area of nutrition and has put nutrition at the heart of its development policy. The Commission has also developed two action plans: one which addresses undernutrition in emergencies and mainly targets wasting.

The second one sets out how the Commission will implement the EUR 3. Although these action plans do not foresee any mid-term evaluation, accountability to track financial resources and monitor the impact of nutrition intervention represents an important horizontal pillar of our nutrition action plan. We are fully aware that nutrition-specific intervention which addresses the immediate causes of undernutrition will not be sufficient.

There is a need to address the basic and immediate causes of undernutrition. Therefore nutrition has to be mainstreamed in other relevant sectors like agriculture, education and water, and nutrition-sensitive intervention implemented. This is one of the reasons why the Commission has earmarked EUR 3. Unfortunately there is not enough evidence on the effectiveness of nutrition-sensitive intervention.

To address this challenge the Commission will promote applied research to identify the cost-effectiveness and monitor the impact of nutrition-sensitive actions. Based on the results of these efforts, the Commission may decide, during the mid-term review in , to redirect some funds to possibly better-performing actions in order to attain the set objectives by In front of the challenges ahead, the Commission cannot work alone.

The Commission intends to continue raising awareness of undernutrition issues in international forums like the Scaling Up Nutrition SUN movement, which has now been joined by 54 countries in the Committee on World Food Security. Second, the Commission will also strengthen its strategic partnership with FAO and WHO for nutrition and use events like the International Conference on Nutrition to keep the political momentum on nutrition.

Third, at country level, the Commission has applied the principle of aid effectiveness through the joint programming within the programming exercise. Last but not least, the Commission will continue its collaboration with NGOs through regular information- and experience-sharing lessons.

In conclusion, I am fully aware that tackling undernutrition effectively will require combined efforts at all levels. Ma poi, guardandole un po' più da vicino, ci accorgiamo che non sono affatto inevitabili o inesorabili, che sono realtà tragiche ma perfettamente risolvibili. Sappiamo come si dovrebbe fare, conosciamo quali sarebbero gli strumenti da mettere in campo, conosciamo le cause di questi fenomeni e ne vediamo gli effetti.

E quindi penso che proprio il fatto — come diceva anche la collega — che non siano inevitabili ci dovrebbe davvero far assumere una grande responsabilità e capire che se è possibile farlo, dobbiamo farlo. Il problema è se siamo in grado, se vogliamo mettere in campo gli strumenti e soprattutto farlo in misura adeguata.

Oggi questo fenomeno della malnutrizione, della denutrizione infantile, assume forme anche più subdole, più nascoste: è la cosiddetta fame nascosta, che è meno evidente, meno impattante anche come immagini che arrivano ai nostri occhi, alla conoscenza attraverso le ONG e gli operatori della cooperazione internazionale, ma che sono altrettanto negative e pregiudizievoli per lo sviluppo dei bambini e delle bambine.

E quindi anche questo fenomeno della fame nascosta rientra tra quelli che noi vogliamo affrontare. Noi ci stiamo mobilitando in questi giorni con rinnovato vigore proprio in coincidenza con i 25 anni della Dichiarazione dei diritti del fanciullo. E io ringrazio davvero la nostra presidente Linda McAvan e tutte le colleghe e colleghi shadow perché attorno alla riproposizione di questa risoluzione noi vogliamo dirle che il nostro impegno come Parlamento c'è, non solo della commissione DEVE, ma dell'intero Parlamento.

Chiediamo alla Commissione di fare con altrettanta efficacia, con altrettanta convinzione, questo passo avanti. Io penso davvero che non dovremmo avere — lo dico prima di tutto a me stessa — il diritto di commemorare e di celebrare se non accompagniamo a questo diritto un impegno serio, un impegno misurabile lei ha parlato di numeri, di cifre e di date, e lo abbiamo apprezzato e un impegno anche che guardi all'efficacia nel suo impiego.

Sappiamo che non sempre le risorse destinate allo sviluppo internazionale, come altre risorse anche all'interno dell'Unione, sono impiegate in modo efficace, ma qui non possiamo permetterci di perdere niente. Quindi anche questa dimensione del controllo dell'efficacia, del capire cosa succede dei nostri piani diventa assolutamente essenziale. Allora credo che dobbiamo prendere questi impegni con rinnovato vigore. Lei ha parlato di questi piani, ha parlato anche della necessità di fare una valutazione dell'efficacia per vedere come riprogrammare gli interventi.

Ecco, io le chiedo che tenga in tutto questo percorso un rapporto molto collaborativo e molto coinvolgente con il Parlamento perché lei troverà, come ha visto, nella commissione grandi competenze e grande passione e quindi grande voglia di collaborare nella messa a punto delle misure più efficaci.

Molte cose sono state fatte — alcuni risultati li ha citati Linda McAvan, li ha citati lei — e io penso che l'Europa dovrebbe essere orgogliosa di aver concorso a questi risultati. Quindi le chiediamo anche di coinvolgere i suoi colleghi per una visione di una politica un po' più orizzontale e a tutto campo per risalire alle cause di alcuni di questi fenomeni che sono affrontabili magari in altri settori, con una politica agricola diversa, per esempio, con una politica commerciale diversa, con una politica finanziaria.

Questo fenomeno della speculazione delle commodities sui cibi è qualcosa — io credo — di intollerabile per l'opinione comune di questo Parlamento. Infine un'ultima osservazione: abbiamo visto tutti noi, leggendo e documentandoci, non solo per questa occasione ma per il nostro lavoro, come il ruolo della donna sia fondamentale. Ecco facciamo politica anche verso le donne, che sono un elemento di sviluppo in molti paesi, non solo nell'occidente che conosciamo.

Panie Komisarzu! L'examen de cette problématique au Parlement européen nous oblige donc à mettre l'accent sur un fléau humanitaire, politique, économique et développemental qui demande une réponse coordonnée et cohérente. Il s'agit évidemment d'un impératif éthique qui génère en outre des effets économiques collatéraux.

Nous savons tous — cela a été dit et répété ici — que plus de millions d'enfants de moins de cinq ans sont sous-alimentés et que les mille premiers jours de la vie sont d'une importance capitale pour le développement de l'enfant.

Nous connaissons tous les crises nutritionnelles qui frappent de façon récurrente le Sahel et l'Afrique subsaharienne.

Ce qui m'intéresse, c'est de savoir comment nous allons nous attaquer aux causes de ce mal? Nous ne pouvons dissocier cette question de celle de l'autosuffisance alimentaire. J'aimerais bien — j'ai une grande confiance en vous, j'ai eu l'occasion d'assister à votre prestation au moment de votre audition, je pense donc que vous êtes certainement conscient de ces questions-là — que, dans votre plan et dans votre approche, il soit d'abord tenu compte de la nécessité de politiques transversales qui ne soient pas axées seulement sur la sous-nutrition mais aussi sur la question de l'autosuffisance alimentaire.

Je n'ai pas encore entendu parler du sujet de l'accaparement des terres; je vois qu'en Afrique, il y a une vraie tendance du monde économique à s'accaparer des terres, tendance aux conséquences évidemment dramatiques. Il a été question de l'eau, il y a aussi l'éducation et le transfert technique, de notre part peut-être, qui pourront améliorer la productivité et le rendement de ces terres. Je suis d'accord avec l'intervenant qui met en exergue le fait qu'il est assez scandaleux de permettre la spéculation financière sur l'alimentation.

Quant à la question des femmes, je suis évidemment d'accord car je suis un témoin privilégié du rôle majeur des femmes, notamment en Afrique et dans le monde économique. Monsieur le Commissaire, nous vous faisons confiance et nous attendons que vous reveniez devant nous avec un plan assez large qui englobe toute la problématique.

Wir stimmen heute über einen bedeutenden Bericht ab. Denn es ist beschämend, dass immer noch Millionen von Kindern Hunger leiden müssen und dass alle paar Minuten ein Kind an Hunger stirbt.

Ich bin auch sehr froh darüber — hier ein herzliches Dankeschön an Frau McAvan —, dass wir in diesem Bericht nicht nur von Unterernährung sprechen, sondern auch von Mangelernährung, denn es genügt eben nicht, dass die Kinder ausreichend Kalorien bekommen. Für ein gesundes Wachstum und für eine altersentsprechende Entwicklung benötigen sie eine ausgewogene Ernährung mit Vitaminen, mit Spurenelementen, um nur Einiges zu nennen.

Das erreichen wir jedoch nicht, wenn wir weiterhin die üblichen Monokulturen fördern. Sie verdrängen diversifizierte Anbausysteme mit unterschiedlichen Getreide- und Gemüsesorten und somit auch die Produktion der benötigten Mikronährstoffe. Ich fordere die EU hier auf, den Empfehlungen des EU-Sonderberichterstatters für das Recht auf Nahrung zu folgen, der ausdrücklich eine ökologischere Landwirtschaft als Weg für diese Länder benennt, um sich selber zu ernähren, und der auch auf die Rolle der Landwirtschaft bei Klimawandel und Armutsbekämpfung hinweist.

Daher gilt es, Kleinbäuerinnen und -bauern zu fördern und zu unterstützen, denn sie haben das Potenzial, vielfältige klimafreundliche Anbausysteme zu verbreiten, sie haben das Potenzial, gerechte Nahrungsmittel, die den Ernährungsgewohnheiten vor Ort entsprechen, zu produzieren, sie haben das Potenzial, Wirtschaft aufzubauen.

Denn mit der Urproduktion sind auch die Verarbeitung, der Transport und der Handel in der Region verbunden. Dort liegt das Potenzial für Arbeitskräfte und somit der erste Schritt aus der Armut. Doch ohne Land können keine Lebensmittel angebaut werden. Das bedeutet, dass traditionelle Landrechte geschützt werden müssen, dass der Zugang zu Land für die örtliche Bevölkerung, insbesondere für Frauen, sichergestellt werden muss.

Hier darf nicht derjenige Sieger sein, der mehr Geld auf den Tisch legt. Hier muss die örtliche Bevölkerung der Sieger sein, und weiterem Landgrabbing dürfen wir auf keinen Fall Vorschub leisten. Investitionen in Landwirtschaft sind absolut notwendig.

Sie sind notwendig, wenn wir in den Entwicklungsländern Hunger und Armut bekämpfen wollen. Aber nicht jede Art der Investition in Landwirtschaft ist hier hilfreich. Handelsabkommen müssen auch das in Zukunft berücksichtigen, sie müssen auch dem gerecht werden.

Diese Länder werden ansonsten immer abhängiger von den internationalen Rohstoffmärkten und von den Schwankungen der Preise auf diesen Märkten. Sie werden abhängig von Lebensmittelspekulation, und Börsenentwicklungen werden somit entscheidend dafür, ob am Ende des Tages ein Kind hungrig oder satt zu Bett gehen kann. Das ist höchst unmoralisch, dagegen müssen wir kämpfen. Armut und Hunger lassen sich durch ausreichende Unterstützung von Bäuerinnen und Bauern vor Ort verhindern.

Das ist der einzige Weg für diese Länder, eine Ernährungssouveränität zu erlangen. Wir brauchen eine weitere Ökologisierung der Anbausysteme, um sie an den Klimawandel anzupassen, denn es sind genau diese Länder, die als erste vom Klimawandel betroffen sein werden. Beides sind Grundelemente der Bekämpfung von Armut und Hunger.

We now risk a new famine in Ethiopia because of water control of the Nile. Unlike democratic Ethiopia, the Egyptian military ruler in the neighbouring country is causing problems by trying to enforce an old colonial right over the Nile.

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