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.
Commitments to action
Coalition for Sustainable Territorial Food Systems
CPLP – Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries, Inter-governmental Organization
The primary objective of this international coalition is to strengthen and establish a coherent and coordinated government leaded multi-level governance architecture able to integrate and further support existing ATs efforts and to build institutional capacity for territorial approaches at all levels of governance. Planning and policy-making for sustainable territorial food systems must bring together multiple stakeholders, multiple sectors, and levels of governance to improve natural resource management, protect biodiversity, ensure food and nutrition security, and equitable livelihoods depending on strategic, systematic investment and progressive capacity development.
Territorial approaches to development are increasingly recognized as a powerful tool for improving development outcomes. People-centred, place-based approaches are considered particularly well suited to assess problems, develop a coherent and relevant understanding of challenges and historical trajectories, and design appropriate solutions. Multi-sector and multi-stakeholder government-led governance approaches—informed by territorial assessment and implemented at appropriate institutional and spatial levels—appear (as per the recent experience from CPPLP member countries in setting up a multi-level governance architecture for food systems), to provide more effective conceptual, analytical, and operational frameworks for food systems transformation. (AWHG June Issue Brief page 1). The Coalition will allow governments with support from multilateral organizations, development partners, and stakeholders to:
- Learn from, share, and build upon knowledge, resources and lessons learned;
- Strengthen the multilevel governance architecture of food systems;
- Increase overall policy and program coherence between various decision-making processes and scales of action (global, supra-national, national, subnational, and local);
- Increase operational coordination and improve cross-sectorial effectiveness at all spatial levels ;
- Define indicators through inclusive participatory assessment at territorial levels to measure progress in transforming food systems;
- Mobilize funds for and increase the overall efficiency and impact of existing resources.
The follow-up and review of the 2030 Agenda provide a primary global and national level for monitoring territorial approaches which are relevant for all 17 SDGs.The coalition of Member States includes CPLP member countries ( Angola, Brazil, Cape Vert, Guinea Bissau, Sao Tome e Principe, Timor Leste, Portugal). Other member countries being invited have observer status to CPLP, namely, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Chile, Namibia, Japan, Uganda, Senegal, Turkey, Uruguai. The coalition will also include participants in the informal Ad Hoc Working Group (AHWG) on Territorial Governance namely, AfD, CIRAD, EcoAgriculture partners, FAO, GIZ, ICLEI, IFAD, IFPRI, NEPAD/AU, OECD, UCLG, UNCDF, UNEP, UNESCO Chair for Sustainable Food.
Means of Implementation
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