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Food Sovereignty is the right of peoples, communities and countries to define their own agricultural, labour, fishing, food and land policies which are ecologically, socially, economically and culturally appropriate to their unique circumstances. It includes right to food which means that all people have the right to safe, nutritious and culturally appropriate food and to food producing resources and the ability to sustain themselves and their societies.

To this end a Food Sovereignty Network South Asia (FSNSA) has been formed involving NGOs/CSOs and People's Movements of India, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Nepal of South Asia in 2009, on the eve of World Summit on Food Security organized by FAO of United Nations, held in Rome in November 2009.

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