Multi-stakeholder collaboration is an important process that can serve as a tool and strategy to solve complex issues and problems such as transforming national food systems towards more sustainable outcomes. This guide aims to support stakeholders working at all levels of the food system in the implementation of actions to transform their food systems. Centered on 5 building blocks underpinning successful multi-stakeholder collaboration for food systems transformation, the guide uses these constructions to illustrate ingredients of the process and show the interconnectedness of the steps needed to be successful...
Successful cases and experiences from the SFS-MED Platform webinar held on 26 January 2023.During this webinar, stakeholders from across the Mediterranean shared experiences and successful cases from the consumer perspective, including on transparent information and consumer education and innovative pathways for sustainable public procurement...
Flyer - PADAAM Project
Projet d’appui à la mise en œuvre du PADAAM (projet d’appui au développement agricole et à l’accès au marché)...
Linking agrifood SMEs to innovation for sustainable food systems: the role of multi-stakeholder approaches
During this webinar, organized by the SFS-MED Platform and held on 13 October 2022, stakeholders from across the Mediterranean shared practical experiences of university-business cooperation, successful cases of innovation adoption and transfer, innovative pathways of capacity development, as well as provocative thoughts from investors and farmers...
Recording of the Virtual Event Consumers and Mediterranean diet: towards food systems transformation
[VIDEO] - Sustainable and inclusive urban and territorial food systems transformation | CFS 50 Side Event 13
Recording of the CFS 50 hybrid Side Event held on 12 October 2022...
[VIDEO] - Imagine a future where new generations and ecosystems thrive | CFS 50 Side Event 26
Rcording from the event. Food systems are under transformation in many countries to alleviate the impact of conflicts and diseases, including COVID-19. While many governments committed to address the exacerbated crises of climate, biodiversity loss and pollution, policy efforts are underway to make food systems more efficient, resilient and inclusive. The UN Food Systems Summit 2021 resulted in National Pathways and urged countries and their stakeholders to adopt a context-specific food system approach in their policies and action. The GEF-7 Food Systems, Land Use and Restoration Impact Program (FOLUR) envisions a world where producing food creates sustainable environmental benefits...
Podcast - Towards Sustainable Food Systems - E4: Rwanda's journey towards sustainable food systems
In this episode of the podcast mini series 'Towards Sustainable Food Systems' we are joined by guests Seraphin Niyonsenga, Senior Scientist, AKADEMIYA 2063; and Mignone Karugu, CEO, Africa Business Group...
Water-Energy-Food-Ecosystem (WEFE) Nexus to increase food systems' resilience to climate change and conflict's cascading effects in the Mediterranean region
This publication reflects the outcome of the SFS-MED Platform Webinar, held on 6 July 2022. In this occasion, stakeholders from across the Mediterranean shared case studies and tangible examples of WEFE Nexus technical solutions applied in the Mediterranean region, reflecting on success factors, challenges and ways to replicate solutions across the Mediterranean...
Podcast - Towards Sustainable Food Systems - E3: Ireland's journey towards sustainable food systems
In episode three we are joined by guests Tom Arnold, Chair of the Irish Agri-Food Strategy to 2030; and Paul Finnerty, Chairman and Partner at The Yield Lab Europe, to dissect Ireland's journey towards sustainable food systems..