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Belo Horizonte’s City Government. Belo Horizonte - Profile  Territorial Expanse: 330.9 Km2  Population: 2.38 million inhabitants (IBGE, 2010). It.

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1 Belo Horizonte’s City Government

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3 Belo Horizonte - Profile  Territorial Expanse: Km2  Population: 2.38 million inhabitants (IBGE, 2010). It is the 5th largest municipal population in Brazil.  HDI: 0,81 (PNUD, 2010) it ranks 8th among Brazilian capitals. GDP (Gross Domestic Product) : R$ 51,7 billion (IBGE, 2010) It ranks 5th among Brazilian capital cities.  Poverty rate: 14.17% (IPEA, 2000)

4 SMASAN Secretaria Municipal Adjunta de Segurança Alimentar e Nutricional Secretaria Municipal Adjunta de Segurança Alimentar e Nutricional Municipal Secretariat for Food e Nutritional Security

5 Legal and Conceptual Roots Law of Food and Nutritional Security, PBH (organic law 2010/1990); SMASAN (SMASAN), created in 1993, by law nº 6.352,15/07/1993; Law CAE july, 2000; Law COMUSAN , may 2003; Law SISAN , september 2006;

6 SMASAN’s Purpose Purpose: To Plan and Coordinate Policy for Supply and Food and Nutrition Security.

7 Orienting Principles for SMASAN’s Work 1)Participation – to promote and stimulating the effective participation of civil society 2) Transparency: Widespread access to information and decision-making processes 3) Partnerships – Actions envolving the community, public institutions, private institutions, and social organizations. 4) Inter-sectoral work – Having coordination in actions between governmental agencies, utilizing the existing resources of each sector. 5) Efficiency, Efficacy, and Effectiveness – Qualitative actions which attain proposed objectives, making use of resources, and simultaneously favoring the permanent character of a Policy for Food and Nutritional Security

8 VISION To be a reference point in the National Policy for Food and Nutritional Security. MISSION To contribute to the improvement in quality of life for the population of Belo Horizonte through developing actions which promote Food and Nutritional Security

9 Intersectoral Inter sectorial Social Policies Food and Nutritional Security Health Civil Society (Councils) UniversitiesEducation The Environment Urban Cleaning

10 SMASAN’s projects are structured based on the following lines Food and Nutricional Food Assistance Subsidized food comercialization Supply and Market regulationsPromoting and fomenting Urban AgricultureEducation to Food ConsumptionWork and Income generation

11 Food and Nutritional Assistance

12 Food security is a guaranteed right under the Brazilian constitution; when the parents can not guaranteed it to their children and the family as a unit is unable of doing so, the State must take over that role. The Food and Nutritional Safety Policy of Belo Horizonte city coordinated by the Secretariat opted for guaranteeing the feeding of children and the other members of the family, whose development or survival are at risk, in sites where they already receiving other type of attention or care.

13 Thus, in a partnership with other Secretariats that rendered these cares or duties, the SMASAN has gradually built its Food Assistance actions. These actions are distributed the several Projects and beneficiaries: a) School Feeding: children and teenagers from 6 to 14 years old; b) Food for Nurseries (Associated): children of 4 months to 5 years and 8 months old; c) Food for Entities of Children and Adolescents Socialization: children and teenagers from 6 to 14 years old; d) Food for Shelters: people of all ages; e) Food for Senior in Long Permanence Institutions: seniors; f) Assistance for People at Risk of Becoming Unsheltered: people of all ages; g)Food bank: people of all ages; h) Food assistance for homeless (adults);

14 School Feeding The school feeding program began in It is the oldest and most inclusive of all the feeding programs in Brazil, and, in terms of the number of people beneficed, it’s the biggest in the world. It was characterized by a small meal, a snack or a “single dish” known as the school snack. Still today, it constitutes the only guaranteed meal of the day for many Brazilian children (national program). Thus, its importance to those who receive it and the great responsibility for all who have the duty of keeping it going. Along these 60 years, school feeding suffered a lot of changes and nowadays still raisin for a true revolution, since nutrition science developed a lot and it is necessary to maintain his/her updating.

15 In the Municipal education net there are currently three main modalities of assistance: 1. One meal – for students from 6 to 14 years old of fundamental level, of medium level and of “Teaching of Young Adults”; 2. Three meals – for students from 6 to 14 years old of the “Integrated School (whole day)” Program; 3. Two or three meals – for children from 0 to 5 years and 8 months old in Municipal Units of Infantile Education – UMEI. 186 schools meals/day 76 nurseries units meals/day Special diets: for children who needs special food

16 The Integrated School Program is a modality of education that assists student for a nine hours period, allowing the municipal district to watch over them in multiple aspects: education, nutrition, recreation, art, culture and sports. The UMEI (kindergarten) units were implanted in 2004 to meet the demand of more than vacancies for children aged 0 to 5 years and 8 months old, in other words, in preschool age. An important characteristic of UMEI is its access criteria, basically referenced in criteria of biological and social vulnerability, differently from the criteria of the associated Municipal net.

17 2013 Type of school Services Center Beneficiaries (day) Meals year (million) Basic school ,00039,7 Food for Nurseries (UMEI) 76 19,2159,1 TOTAL 26294,21548,8 School Feeding - numbers

18 Type of Service Services Center Beneficiaries (day) Meals (million ) Food for Nurseries 19023,00014,40 Food for Shelters 531,8162,40 Food for Children and Adolescents Socialization 7610,1003,30 ILPI (asylums) ,95 TOTAL 32936,77822,05 Food Assistance 2013

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20 FOOD AND NUTRITIONAL ASSISTANCE: based in partnerships with civil institutions 191 nurseries 87 socialization projects 19 ASYLUMS

21 FOOD BANKS Waste reduction. Receiving donations from Food that are not more able for Comercializations but it´s still good for comsunption

22 SMASAN’s projects are structured based on the following lines Nutricional and Food Assistance Subsidized food comercialization Supply and Market regulationsPromoting and fomenting Urban AgricultureEducation to Food ConsumptionWork and Income generation

23 Direct sales of horticultural, fruit, and processed farm products from small-scale producers. Controlled prices and regular lab testing on the products. Makes it possible for small herbs and fruit growers from around the city of Belo Horizonte to commercialize their products directly to the final consumer, without intermediates, guaranteeing to both, best prices. Straight from the Field

24 Service center 22 producers 5 municipalities 900,00 tons sold Partnerships: Producters Association who commercialize their products directly in metropolitan region of Belo Horizonte and EMATER/MG

25 Commercialization of fruit, vegetables, and farm products, handicrafts, cultivated wtihin the principles of organic agriculture. Organizes the direct commercialization of herbs, fruit and cereal grown according to organic agriculture principles, by small rural producers, who are certified, and their associations services location; 6 producers; 3 municipaliteis; 161 tons sold ; ). Organic Market

26 SMASAN’s projects are structured based on the following lines Food and Nutricional Food Assistance Subsidized food comercialization Supply and Market regulationsPromoting and fomenting Urban AgricultureEducation to Food ConsumptionWork and Income generation

27 Public Food Programs Popular Restaurant

28 The Popular Restaurant complete 20 year in Actually we have 6 units serving 13,000 meals per day.

29 Planning, purchase food stuffs, hiring people, produce and delivery a nutirionaly and balanced meal with subsidized prices to the people. 6 servides center (3 restaurants & 2 refectories + migrant center to homeless) Over than 3,0 millions meals per year; was free. R$ 2,00 (lunch), R$1,00 (dinner) and R$ 0,50 (breakfast) PARTNERSHIPS: Ministry of Social Development and Hunger Combat, Ministry of Agriculture/ CONAB Popular Restaurant

30 SMASAN’s projects are structured based on the following lines Food and Nutricional Food Assistance Subsidized food comercialization Abastecimento e Regulação de MercadoPromoting and fomenting Urban AgricultureEducation to Food ConsumptionWork and Income generation

31 Comercialização de produtos alimentícios, artesanato e outros produtos e serviços realizados por permissionário devidamente selecionados através de licitação pública. 1 mercado 1 feira coberta 80 vendedores Mercados Municipais

32 Feiras Livre Venda de todo tipo de alimentos 60 barracas 93 permissionários Feira Modelo Evento de final de tarde de caráter mais de lazer 2 locais de montagem 28 permissionários Feiras de Rua

33 The ABasteCer program – Foods at Low Costs – is a social program, created in 1983, that aims to supply the population with horticultural, fruit, and farm products as well as basic food aid. The Program were developed in booths and/or stores, by licensed vendors, for people who have already done this activity in the streets of Belo Horizonte. The vendor has the responsibility for building, instalations and operate the facility. The Municipality provide the area as a small fee and keep the responsibility to supervisy the facility mainly the prices for 20 itens that is defined by municipality. The Goals of the Program Are: Increase the availability and offering to the consumer market of horti-fruit-farm products and products of basic food aid; Seek the regularization of the market and of supply in terms of quality, offer, price, and availability for population. ABasteCer (to Supply)

34 Municipal Participation The municipality participates in practice through: – Making the area available – Liscencing/ Contracting – Supervising municipal norms for price and quantity, quality and products classification. New partners The lack of public areas for potential use Real-time accompaniment of prices of products; Meeting the criteria and deadlines of Federal Law 8666/93; Dados de 2013: 21 service locations Basket composed of 21 products with fixed prices at R$0,99/kg (U$ 0.45) 4,433,000 beneficiaries 44,2 tons sold PARCERIAS: Regionais Administrativas, BHTRANS e Produtores do Programa Direto da Roça Main Challenges

35 Products

36 Santa Lucia LAGOINHA Céu Azul

37 SMASAN’s projects are structured based on the following lines Food and Nutricional Food Assistance Subsidized food comercialization Supply and Market regulationsPromoting and fomenting Urban AgricultureEducation to Food ConsumptionWork and Income generation

38 Food and Nutrition Mobilization and Education

39 Promoting healthy eating habits Responsible consumption Good choices Taking care of one's health others. START: 1993 Food and Nutrition Mobilization and Education Develop education and communication actions, in an inter- sectoal manner, so as to promote dietary practices and healthy lifestyles, seeking to awaken potential and awareness in people to take care of their health.

40 Workshops on Healthy Diets Theoretic and practical moments Participatory methods Mobilizations for reflection, without imposition In 2013, 187 workshops were conducted; 8,377 beneficiaries Education Theater Innovative and efficient tool in this educational practice.

41 Management of Public Policies for Food and Nutritional Security Course for Food Processers Promote understanding of good practices in producing meals. In 2013, 556 professionals from the municipal public network were trained.

42 SMASAN’s projects are structured based on the following lines Food and Nutricional Food Assistance Subsidized food comercialization Supply and Market regulationsPromoting and fomenting Urban AgricultureEducation to Food ConsumptionWork and Income generation

43 Job and Income Generation, including Professional Qualification The goal here is the professionally qualifying in the food area, people who need to improve their opportunities of productive inclusion. The courses are accomplished in the Lagoinha Food Market and rely on the support of private entities. 1. “School Bread”- Professional Qualification Courses in bakery and pastry: it has the goal of qualifying workmanship aiming at the generation of jobs and income. In 2013 it was capacitating 1,082 students. 2. Professional Updating Courses in the food manipulation area: barbecue cook, appetizer cook, among others. In 2013 it was benefiting 342 people.

44 Lagoinha Food Market

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46 Civil Society Participation

47 CAE- Conselho de Alimentação Escolar The School Food Council The School Food Council of Belo Horizonte (CAE/BH), is a deliberative organization, financing and supporting the execution of the National Program for School Food in the Municipality of Belo Horizonte. It has the responsibility to advocate for quality of food products, from purchase through distribution in the municipal public schools COMUSAN- Municipal Council for Food and Nutritional Security It`s a council created by the orientation of the Ministry for Social Development (MDS) and Fight against Hunger, so as to accompany development of the “Zero Hunger” program in Belo Horizonte. Its objective is to secure the constitutional rights of each person for food which has quality and is in sufficient quantities throughout all phases of life.


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