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Plate-forme des Actions Alimentaires Urbaines

Food Systems for an Urbanizing World

Author: World bank Group, FAO

The time is ripe to strengthen engagement on urban food issues. This report provides a broad overview of this diverse and rapidly evolving area of work. It proposes the TRANSFORM conceptual framework and city typology as a guiding approach and suggests a set of indicative interventions and delivery instruments to be further operationalized in a demand-driven approach in subsequent phases. Partnerships are crucial at all levels between diverse sectors and the large number of public sector institutions, private sector and civil society who have a vested interest and innovative ideas to help advance food systems. Tapping into the groundswell of stakeholder momentum, knowledge and local expertise and providing a space for their continued engagement and leadership will help to advance a transformative, pragmatic urban food agenda in support of more sustainable and resilient, more affordable and accessible, safer, nutritious, and inclusive urban and peri-urban food systems.

Region: Global coverage
Areas of focus: Governance and planning