Sustainable development is possible only if all people are food secure and well-nourished. WFP and FAO share a common commitment and resolve for the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. To achieve this, food systems should deliver food security and nutrition for all. Given the interconnected relationships of food systems and their exposure to climate, socio-economic and man-made shocks, transforming them is key to achieving the SDGs.
The two agencies have launched this online consultation to gather inputs that will contribute toward the development and implementation of their next strategic plan/framework. This is an opportunity to spark dialogue around essential priorities and key elements that will provide the agencies with strategic directions.
The online consultation is open from 13 April to 26 May and is available to external stakeholders and partners stakeholders of the agencies, including but not limited to other UN Agencies, Private Sector, Academia and Civil Society Partners.
UN Agencies, Private Sector Academia and Civil Society Partners
It is essential for us to hear from our partners on concrete ways to accelerate the achievement of our shared goals and common approaches on how to tackle key global challenges.
This consultation aims to collect insights, ideas, and evidence to inform WFP and FAO strategic planning documents which will guide the work of WFP and FAO from 2022 onwards. Relevant inputs from this consultation may also inform the discussions of the upcoming United Nations Food Systems Summit (UNFSS).
After this consultation is closed on 26 May, we will capture the key insights we learned in a synthesis document that will be made available on this platform.
- WFP: Guillaume Foliot - email@example.com
- WFP: Neal Pronesti - firstname.lastname@example.org
- FAO: Sally Berman - email@example.com
- FAO: Tomoyuki Uno - firstname.lastname@example.org
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