To lead, initiate and participate in local, national, and international projects, events, campaigns, charity projects, research projects, debates, and many other activities with a common goal to fight against food losses and food waste and to raise awareness about the fight food losses and food waste.
Commitments to action
50x2030 A Partnership for Data Smart Initiative
50x2030 initiative, FAO, World Bank, IFAD
The 50×2030 Initiative to Close the Agricultural Data Gap brings together committed partners to improve the capacity of 50 low- and lower-middle-income countries to produce, analyze, interpret, and apply data to decisions in the agricultural sector by 2030.
The Initiative scales and builds upon the experiences of the FAO and the World Bank to help countries build strong national data systems that produce and use high-quality and timely agricultural and rural survey data. This effort is complemented by the IFAD rich experience working in-country on small-holder agriculture.
The 50×2030 Initiative aims to empower and support fifty low and lower middle income countries (L/LMICs) to build strong national data systems that produce and use high-quality, timely agricultural survey data.
50×2030 is ultimately looking to usher in agriculture’s newest revolution: data-smart agriculture. It will also make possible a world where true change agents —governments, businesses, smallholders, researchers and civil society— will transform agriculture through evidence-based policies and investments and promote evidence-informed decision making, especially to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 (Zero Hunger)..
Means of Implementation
Afghanistan, Angola, Armenia, Bangladesh, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Burundi, Burkina, Faso, Cambodia, Cameroon, Central, African, Republic Côte d’Ivoire, Congo, (Republic of the) Chad, Zimbabwe, Kyrgyzstan, Ethiopia, Gambia, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Eritrea El Salvador, Georgia, Djibouti, Comoros, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Indonesia, Iran
Agricultural survey data
Earlier this year, thousands of entrepreneurs were asked how their small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) can forge more nourishing, sustainable, equitable and resilient food systems. The report “A Small Business Agenda for the UN Food Systems Summit”, captures SMEs’ compelling responses, highlighting that SMEs are the vanguard of food system transformation. SMEs constitute over half of most food economies.
La creciente demanda de alimentacion out home hace que sea preciso formar a los restaurantes en pautas y matices de sostenibilidad en el marco de una economia circular.
SAFIN is the only global multi-stakeholder network in the domain of finance for investment by small and medium-sized enterprises in agricultural supply chains – or agri-SMEs. It provides a space for different actors in this domain to learn from each other, address strategic knowledge gaps and identify opportunities to work together on transformative initiatives in agri-SME finance.
The Food Action Alliance (FAA) is a multi-stakeholder coalition of organisations and initiatives, who through collective action seek to produce food in a way that is efficient, inclusive and accessible to all – in support of a transition to healthier diets and improved environmental outcomes.