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Chinese Taipei’s policy proposal for APEC to respond to emergency food needs in natural disasters


To respond to emergency food security issues, Chinese Taipei proposed the “APEC Food Emergency Response Mechanism AFERM)”, which was designed to be cooperative, self-managed, risk-sharing, and virtual multiple food stocks network for short-term humanitarian food aid in fully granted form in times of natural disasters in the APEC region, as this report has illustrated. This reports includes explanations of its design mechanism, such as what our governments can do to cooperate with the AFERM, how we operate it with existing NGOs while keep its sustainability from a finance perspective, and the most importantly, what is the overall result evaluation of the AFERM and its future prospects.

KEY WORD: APEC Food Emergency Response Mechanism, AFERM, Study, Climate Change,  Cost-benefit Analysis, Socio-Economic Impact Assessment, Simulation, Sensitivity Analysis

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