1. Territorial Productive Systems
1.1 Promotion of sustainable production and associativity (sustainable agriculture, access to resources for production, native seeds, importance of the peasant organization, others).
1.2 Conservation of Natural Resources and Environmental Services in food production.
1.3 Inclusive commercialization (channels of commercialization and inclusion of Family agriculture).
2.1 Importance of access to healthy and culturally acceptable foods at a territorial level.
2.2 Improve the nutritional situation and access to healthy food which are key aspects to reduce hunger (child malnutrition, territorial initiatives, others).
2.3 Promotion of responsible consumption and waste reduction (short circuits, social programs, solidarity baskets, inclusive fairs, fair trade).
3.1 Normative frameworks to promote food supply in an equitable way at a territorial level (normative frameworks that promote the right to food and eradicate food deserts).
3.2 Articulation of actors to strengthen healthy eating programs developed at a territorial level (at a household level as well as an institutional level).
3.3 Territorial planning around the SSAN.
4.1 Approach to food sovereignty for the reduction of hunger.
4.2 Initiatives of local governments so processes of food sovereignty can be built.
4.3 Local public policies must be taken against the perspectives of climate change and its implications on food
Identify, promote and develop strategies and programs that allow intermediate governments to promote actions aimed at guaranteeing the population’s food security and sovereignty.
– Identify and exchange experiences of policies, programs and good practices led by intermediate governments; developed nationally and internationally, and linked to the achievement of food security and sovereignty, and to improve the quality of life of the population.
– Promote dialogue and discussion among intermediate governments; other levels of government, civil society, communities, researchers, nongovernmental organizations and other key actors around issues of food security and sovereignty that seek the development of more sustainable and efficient food systems that aim to achieve the Sustainable Development Goal “ZERO HUNGER”.
– Agree among the representatives of the intermediate governments their commitment to promote the development of actions that allow the achievement of the SSAN (Food Security and Sovereignty and Nutrition System) in their territories. And in this way, improve the living conditions of the population and the fulfillment of zero hunger through a pronouncement embodied in the CHARTER OF CUENCA “ZERO HUNGER”.