Commitments registry: Commitments to action

Now is the time to share commitments to action from all stakeholders.

The Secretary-General’s Food Systems Summit has engaged hundreds of thousands of people from around the world and across all constituencies to accelerate action to transform food systems to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development over the last 18 months.

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Commitments made

Action Areas

Five action areas have emerged through the process as the primary areas to accelerate action in order to deliver on the 2030 Agenda through food systems. These action areas will help underpin the Secretary-General’s Statement of Action and achieve our shared goals for People, our Planet and shared Prosperity.

Nourish All People

This action area seeks to support work to end hunger and all forms of malnutrition and reduce the incidence of non-communicable disease, enabling everyone to be nourished and healthy. All people at all times should have access to sufficient quality and quantities of affordable and safe food. Furthermore, this area will focus on work to build consumer demand for sustainably produced food, strengthen local value chains, improve nutrition, and promote the reuse and recycling of food resources, especially among the most vulnerable.

Boost Nature-Based Solutions of Production

This action area seeks to support work to optimize environmental resource use in food production, processing and distribution, thereby reducing biodiversity loss, pollution, water use, soil degradation and greenhouse gas emissions. It will deepen understanding of the constraints and opportunities facing farmers, fishers, pastoralists, and small-scale enterprises along the food value chain. It will seek to support food systems governance that realigns incentives to reduce food losses and other negative environmental impacts while boosting positive externalities.

Build Resilience to Vulnerabilities, Shocks, and Stresses

This action area seeks to support work to ensure the continued functionality of sustainable food systems in areas that are prone to conflict or natural disasters. It will enable action to protect food supplies from the impacts of pandemics. The aim is to ensure that all people within a food system are empowered to prepare for, withstand, and recover from instability and to help people everywhere participate in food systems that, despite shocks and stressors, deliver food security, nutrition and equitable livelihoods for all.

Advance Equitable Livelihoods, Decent Work, & Empowered Communities

This action area seeks to support work to eliminate poverty by promoting full and productive employment and decent work for all actors along the food value chain, reducing risks for the world’s poorest, enabling entrepreneurship and addressing the inequitable access to resources and distribution of value. It will improve resilience through social protection and seek to ensure that food systems “leave no one behind.”

Means of Implementation

This Action Area seeks to help countries connect to initiatives, and resources around finance, governance, science and knowledge, innovation, technology and data, capacity, and beyond.

The Action Areas recognize that efforts must be responsive to country priorities, while facilitating systems impact at scale, including through multi-stakeholder initiatives, at local, national, and global levels. At the same time, when taken together, these Action Areas can demonstrate what systemic, integrated action, as envisioned in the 2030 Agenda, looks like. To be effective, priority action should be anchored in the science, evidence, and knowledge that has emerged in the Summit process.

The UN Food Systems Summit process has generated 2,200 ideas for accelerated action from experts and stakeholders, which have been clustered into a menu of 59 solutions for consideration by countries and other actors in response to their own particular context and priorities, and laying the foundations for a number of emerging coalitions and initiatives in the context of the Summit.

There is a wealth of knowledge, expertise, resources and capacity in the global community ready to connect with national and regional pathways.

Commitment registry

As a result of the National Food Systems Summit Dialogues, Member States are developing National Pathways for Food Systems Transformation that are clear visions of what governments, together with different stakeholders, will/can deliver by 2030. Regional Pathways for Food Systems Transformation are being developed as well to address areas of common focus and priority across many countries in a given geographic region. 

The Summit process has given rise to several multi-stakeholder initiatives that actors will be ready to commit to by the time of the Summit in order to deliver on the priorities, needs, and gaps identified in national pathways, and it will be a priority to register and recognize as many of these as possible through the Summit moment on September 23.

The Summit Secretariat has developed a commitment register where Member States and stakeholders will be able to register their collective or institutional commitments to action which are aligned to the action areas.

The Secretariat has posted a series of coalitions and initiatives that have emerged from the summit process which if not exhaustive. We are expecting commitments on these to be included in the commitment register.

Commitments to action

100 Million Farmers

This platform seeks to reach 100 million farmers by 2030 with nature-positive innovation through a multi-stakeholder platform to increase investment in innovation for nature positive production and action at the country-level.

10K Entrepreneurs for 100M Farmers

As part of its Climate Action Platform, the World Economic Forum is championing 100 Million Farmers: Transitioning towards net-zero, nature positive food systems.

21st Century Agriculture and Food Systems Renaissance

There has never been a greater need for an Agricultural Renaissance. The many voices of farmers, echoing across centuries of scarcity and abundance, challenge us to find new ways forward, paths that produce abundance for expanding populations while rejecting wasteful destruction of resources. We must seek these new ways to collaborate and innovate together.

4 per 1000 Initiative in Yamanashi Prefecture (Japan)

Yamanashi Prefectural Government expresses support for FSS (Food Systems Summit) which is held to promote concrete actions for the transformation of Food Systems, for the purpose of delivering all the Sustainable Development Goals.

4R Acre Commitment

4R Nutrient Stewardship provides a framework to achieve cropping system goals, such as increased production, increased farmer profitability, enhanced environmental protection and improved sustainability.

50×2030 A Partnership for Data Smart Initiative

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.

A Coalition for the Transformation of Food Systems Through Agroecology

Agroecology, including regenerative agriculture that respects the 13 principles of agroecology defined by the High Level Panel of Experts (HLPE), can be a powerful lever for solving these major challenges and providing sustainable solutions to the issues of food security and nutrition, the fight against poverty and social inequalities, the adaptation to climate change, the preservation of biodiversity and natural resources, and the fight against zoonotic diseases.

A Global Action Agenda to Advance Nature-Positive Innovation

Taking forward the work of the solution cluster, a global coalition of allies will be developed to support nature-positive innovation linked to the Global Action Agenda for Innovation in Agriculture that will be launched at COP26, engaging numerous organisations and thousands of stakeholders.

A Global Coalition for Digital Food Systems

The Innovation Lever – Data & Digital Working Group will build on the momentum of the 2021 UN Food Systems Summit (UNFSS) and put its shared vision into practice through a Global Coalition of public, private, and non-profit organizations committed to responsible digital innovation in food systems.

A Scaling Support Network for Nutrient-enriched Staple Crops

HarvestPlus, part of the CGIAR partnership, is the global leader in enabling the rapid scale up of nutrient-enriched staple crops that provide essential vitamins and minerals (micronutrients) effectively and affordably when consumed on a regular basis.

Achieving a Sustainable Food System

We are taking initiatives to reduce the environmental impact of distribution.
We aim to reduce the entire group’s CO2 emissions by 30% compared to 2017 by 2030, and to achieve zero carbon by 2050.
We will reduce our food waste by 50% in comparison with 2017 by 2030

Achieving Food Equity through Vegetables, legumes and fruits.​

Partnership for a Healthier America, in partnership with with 30 community-based nonprofits dedicated to ending hunger, eight companies and six foundations, will forge additional partnerships to provide a total of 50 million additional servings of vegetables, legumes and fruits between 2020 and 2025. Partners include food banks, public housing, YMCAs, early childhood education centers, city governments, and community health providers.

ACORN

Together with Microsoft, Rabobank aims to contribute to fighting climate change, poverty and land degradation. In this context, Rabobank aims to launch a platform for carbon sequestration projects that meet those goals.

Action for Inclusive and Sustainable Food System Finance

Upgrading of food value chains for improved productivity, nutritional quality, safety, and standards, would require financing which is not in the means of many small-scale farmers, fishers, and agri-SMEs that lack collaterals. Financing is critical for accessing better technologies and innovations needed to sustain agri-food systems.

Actions of National 3rd Agriculture and Forestry Council

Turkey preserves its commitment to perform actions and main actions as a result of the 3rd Agriculture and Forestry Council in line with the Summit. In this context, the 3rd Agriculture and Forestry Council were established for a ‘Common Sense’ on the future of agriculture and forestry and to determine a road map on agriculture and forestry including food security and nutrition in 2019.

Africa Food Packaging

Premier événement virtuel entièrement consacré aux discussions entre acteurs locaux et internationaux sur l’emballage alimentaire au Burkina Faso et Afrique. Le premier theme : « Emballage et sécurité alimentaire » s’est tenue au Burkina Faso les 30 et 31 juillet 2021 . Son objectif principal est de promouvoir l’engagement accru des parties prenantes et stimuler l’industrialisation inclusive et durable du secteur de l’emballage au Burkina Faso.

Agriculture Familiale Adaptée Au Milieu Local

Vaincre la faim dans chaque ménage d’ici 2030 et au delà en donnant l’opportunité à chaque famille d’avoir accès à l’alimention saine et équilibrée en relation avec son milieu naturel. En effet, la qualité de l’alimentation dépend de la qualité de la production et de la solution basée sur la nature. Donner l’opportunité à chaque ménage de produire son alimentation en relation avec le milieu naturel renforce plus la qualité de son alimentation.

Agroecology

We join the Agro-ecology coalition. Taking in mind that we will look carefully further in process what the development of the coalition will be and if this will be in line with Dutch priorities.

Agroecology & Regenerative Ag

The United Republic of Tanzania will continue to respond to the growing concern of the negative impacts of climate change and climate variability on the country’s social, economic, and physical environment.

AIM for Climate

New Zealand has committed through official channels. This registration is to ensure that the Summit recognises New Zealand as having committed to AIM for Climate.

Alimentos Tradicionales Indígenas del Pueblo Mocovi

Recuperar, desarrollar, promover, difundir y movilizar la recuperación de los alimentos tradicionales indígenas del Pueblo Mocovi y otros pueblos forestales del Chaco Americano y el Pastizal Pampeano, basados en el Conocimiento Tradicional Indígena y las Tecnologías Ancestrales del uso de los recursos naturales y la biodiversidad.

ANGElYCA

Cumple dos disciplina, la primera es la alimentación y en eso llevo más de 15 años, en restaurante, pub, centro de eventos y hospitales; en situaciones de emergencia: desastres naturales o provocados por el mismo hombre, voluntariamente nos dirigimos a la zona cero del desastre para dar la ayuda necesaria y alimentación.

Artificial Intelligence For Rural and Mountain Communities

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples. Mountains contribute to sustaining the livelihoods of 1.1 billion people living in mountains and those of a much larger number of people in the lowlands.

Asian Family Farmers for a Healthy People and Planet

AFA was formed in 2002, and its vision has always been for a just, free, peaceful, healthy, economically viable , sustainable and resilient family farming communities in Asia. And a key peasant agenda is the promotion of sustainable, resilient , agro-ecological systems and practices in farms, livestock, fisheries and forests.

Atafi Strategies Initiative for Boost in Agriculture Farming

This initiative was mainly established to help farms people of Nigeria especially of Jigawa State in such to come up with a kind of empowerment to people especially farms that was been affected by COVID-19. People were suffering hardly because of the effect of COVID-19 on their economic income, their economics has been corrupted. People were in hunger, families can’t sustain their members with 3 meals per day.

B4ICA: Banking for Impact on Climate in Agriculture

The agriculture sector is faced with larger data gaps and more complexities around the estimation of emissions and decarbonization pathways than any other sector, which makes the measurement and disclosure of the greenhouse gas emissions of banking portfolios in this sector particularly challenging.

Bega Valley Circular Economy initiative

The ‘Bega Circular Valley 2030’ (BCV 2030) aims to deliver a transformational high-impact regional development initiative with the pioneering vision to establish Bega Valley Shire (BVS) as the most circular regional economy in Australia that can be replicated by other regions globally.

Biodiversity Monitor

We would like to stress that a supply-chain-based approach is essential. This is why Dutch dairy farmers have partnered with Royal FrieslandCampina, the World Wide Fund for Nature and Rabobank. In order to improve overall engagement levels, the Duurzame Zuivelketen (Sustainable Dairy Supply Chain) and the Versnellingsagenda Melkveehouderij (Dairy Farming Acceleration Project) are also affiliated with this initiative.

Building a Sustainable Legacy

Demonstrate the climate neutrality of U.S. cattle production by 2040.
Create and enhance opportunities that result in a quantifiable increase in producer profitability and economic sustainability by 2025.
Enhance trust in cattle producers as responsible stewards of their animals and resources by expanding educational opportunities in animal care and handling programs to further improve animal well-being.
Continuously improve our industry’s workforce safety and well-being.

Building Food Resilience and Sustainable Agricultural Skills in the Grassroot Level

This initiative aims at grassroots women and youth’s (girls) development for economic growth. The project will ensure that about 10 communities in each geopolitical zones of any country we are opportune to be working with are trained in skills that will help them to understand how to farm and prepare safe food for consumption and for commercial purposes at a low cost.

Building Sustainable Agriculture for the Farming Communities!

In the context of the coalition for food system transformation through agroecology the Cambodian Farmer Federation Association of Agricultural Producers (CFAP) has strengthened network amongst members’ organizations and non-members’ organizations in Cambodia aimed to promote agroecology to have better understanding, thus to enable farmers live the communities to get access to knowledge to improve agricultural production as well as to improve the living conditions of rural people to live with dignity, better livelihoods, avoid from threatening to lives instead they can contribute to reach the goal by 2030.

Building Sustainable Agriculture for the Farming Communities!

In the context of the coalition for food system transformation through agroecology the Cambodian Farmer Federation Association of Agricultural Producers (CFAP) has strengthened network amongst members’ organizations and non-members’ organizations in Cambodia aimed to promote agroecology to have better understanding, thus to enable farmers live the communities to get access to knowledge to improve agricultural production as well as to improve the living conditions of rural people to live with dignity, better livelihoods, avoid from threatening to lives instead they can contribute to reach the goal by 2030.

Canadian Beef Sustainability Goals 2030

The Canadian Beef Goals 2030 aim to foster long-term continuous improvement in the Canadian beef industry. The Canadian beef industry knows it has a vital role to play in being part of the solution for climate change.

Climate Resilient Development Pathways

This CRDP Proto-Coalition aims to provide a framework for food systems transitions that deliver resilience to climate, shocks and stresses, reduce poverty and enhance social, gender, and inter-generational equity and justice to achieve long term resilience that has multi-sectoral and multi-systemic integrated solutions.

Climate Resilient Food Systems for all beyond 2030

This Climate-Resilient Food Systems alliance provides a framework for food systems transitions that deliver resilience to climate, shocks and stresses, protect biodiversity and ecosystems’ services, reduce poverty and enhance social, gender, equity and North-South & inter-generational justice. Food systems transitions to long term resilience require multi-sectoral and multi-systemic integrated solutions, innovative water and energy solutions implemented through a Nexus approach, multi-risk reduction and management and ambitious policies and platforms to support climate resilient food systems for all beyond 2030.

Climate Resilient Integrated Food Systems for Island States

Many island states are highly vulnerable to climate change, external economic shocks and natural disasters. When faced with such pressures, island food systems must demonstrate resilience and flexibility, with a need for a varied and integrated approach to food production, processing and distribution.

Coalition for Action: Resizing the Livestock Industry

The objective of this coalition for action is to create a broad-based multi-stakeholder coalition to develop, model and implement cohesive and integrated measures that promote consumption and production of affordable, healthy diets within safe planetary boundaries from nature-positive agriculture with all animal-source foods deriving from systems providing a good quality of life for farmed animals.

Coalition for Sustainable Territorial Food Systems

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.

Coalition For Sustainable Territorial Food Systems

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.

Coalition of Action 4 Soil Health (CA4SH)

The main objective of the Coalition of Action 4 Soil Health (CA4SH) is to improve soil health globally by addressing critical implementation, monitoring, policy, and public and private investment barriers that constrain farmers from adopting and scaling healthy soil practices.

Coalition of Action on Decent Work and Living Incomes and Wages for All Food Systems Workers

The Coalition of Action on Decent Work and Living Incomes and Wages for All Food Systems Workers advances equitable livelihoods by promoting labour and human rights and increasing opportunities for decent and productive employment within the agri-food sector, including achieving 100% living incomes and wages, thereby ensuring economic and social justice and the right to adequate and nutritious food for all food systems workers.

Coalition of Action on Sustainable Productivity Growth for Food Security and Resource Conservation

In the context of the coalition for food system transformation through agroecology the Cambodian Farmer Federation Association of Agricultural Producers (CFAP) has strengthened network amongst members’ organizations and non-members’ organizations in Cambodia aimed to promote agroecology to have better understanding, thus to enable farmers live the communities to get access to knowledge to improve agricultural production as well as to improve the living conditions of rural people to live with dignity, better livelihoods, avoid from threatening to lives instead they can contribute to reach the goal by 2030.

Consumer Call for Action for Future Food Systems

Consumers International is the membership organisation for consumer groups around the world, bringing together over 200 organisations from more than 100 countries. Our members represent the consumer voice on food systems, combining expert knowledge on food policy and consumer rights with an intimate understanding of the lived experiences of people and communities worldwide.

CreditConnect

CreditConnect aims to increase access to finance for small farmer in emerging economies by creating a digital solution to solve two problems: 1) reducing the risk of lending to small farmers through credit scoring and lending analytics, powered by alternative data and climate and gender focus, 2) finding successful entrepreneurs (farming, processing, SME, female) to provide capital investments to through local infrastructure.

Dairy Nourishes Africa

Dairy Nourishes Africa (DNA) is a public-private partnership that contributes to all five of the 2021 Food Systems Summit action tracks. DNA’s aim is to use the power of the dairy industry to address key issues affecting society.

Dairy Sustainability Framework

The Dairy Sustainability Framework is a continuous-improvement framework for the global dairy sector to responsibly align, connect and progress its sustainability efforts in a pre-competitive and collaborative way.

Danone Commitments to the EU Code of Conduct

At Danone, we believe that each time we eat and drink, we can vote for the world we want to live in. Our ‘One Planet. One Health.’ framework of actions encapsulates our strong belief that the health of people and that of the planet are deeply interconnected.

Database Sustainability Linked-Loans

Further encouraging the mainstreaming of incorporating a sustainability feature (in the form of sustainability KPIs) in all loans given out to corporates in the F&A sector.

Democratization of Digital

Digital technologies have the power to increase inclusion and visibility in the food system, by linking farmers directly to markets, speeding their payments and their fair returns.

EcoAgriculture Partners

In the context of the Coalition for food system transformation through agroecology, we will continue working on training policymakers on landscape planning and policy as it relates to food and agriculture. We will support landscape-level transformation by working with subnational and national governments and stakeholders in developing the technical frameworks and integrated policies to implement agroecological approaches that support rural livelihoods.

Ecobubble

Il progetto Ecobubble intende diffondere una nuova cultura della progettazione del verde, proiettata alla salvaguardia dell’ambiente e al progresso tecnologico.

Education4Sustainable Schools 2030

Education4Sustainable Schools 2030 aims to contribute towards a fairer and more sustainable world through strengthening sustainable education in schools and furthering the achievement of the 17 SDGs.

Empowering and Mobilising Consumers Within Food Systems to Deliver Sustainability

Consumers who are more empowered and engaged in the future of food systems will have a greater stake in building this future. Our solution is to strengthen the voice of consumers in the development of healthy and sustainable food systems and to reinforce the levers of consumer protection and empowerment as a means for food systems transformation.

Empowering Smallholders Through Strengthened Digital Ecosystems

Digitalization for smallholder agriculture can be a game-changer in supporting and accelerating agricultural transformation across low- and middle-income countries. Investing in building this digital infrastructure will enable new capabilities in agriculture and revolutionize how communities secure their livelihoods leading to our shared vision of a living income for all.

Enhancing Mountain Livelihood and Resilience

To create demand for mountain products and services and to provide excellent customer service to clients. OWF (Organic World and Fair Future) will strive to be consistently innovated with mountain product development and to work to achieve its goal of providing the highest quality of organic food products and services to customers.

Faciliation of Food System Transformation on a Corporate Level

Ukrainian Business and Trade Association (UBTA) unites all types of businesses and focuses on ensuring transformation of the entire Ukrainian economy, including its food system. In partnership with with all agrarian associations of Ukraine, the UBTA has developed a Roadmap of Food Systems Transformation in Ukraine.

Farmers as Owners

This new approach is pilot tested with apple growing farmers in Uttrakhand since 2006. A more detailed description of the approach is given in the paper “Fostering farmer organization with business rigour“, by the same authors. Based on this experience, it is the intention of this paper to explore how the approach could be replicated in India.

Fighting Food Crises Along the Humanitarian, Development and Peace Nexus Coalition

Consumers who are more empowered and engaged in the future of food systems will have a greater stake in building this future. Our solution is to strengthen the voice of consumers in the development of healthy and sustainable food systems and to reinforce the levers of consumer protection and empowerment as a means for food systems transformation.

Fighting Food Crises Along the Humanitarian, Development and Peace Nexus Coalition

Structural institutional fragility, conflict, climate change and economic shocks exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic are leading to record-breaking levels of hunger and acute malnutrition. The most vulnerable continue to bear the greatest burden of global food crises, which are increasingly complex, multifactor-driven and protracted in time.

Food Action Alliance

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.

Food is Never Waste Coalition

To halve food waste by 2030 and to reduce food losses by at least 25%.
• To create more sustainable and resilient food systems that seek to ensure food loss and waste are minimized.
• To build and strengthen collaboration throughout food systems, between member states and organisations to ensure learning and sharing of best practice.
• To promote investment in food loss and waste reduction.

Food loss, Food waste

We will join the food loss and food waste coalition. Taking in mind that we will follow further developments and see if it will match Dutch priorities.

Food Oasis Initiative

The national media in the U.S. discusses food deserts but doesn’t discuss food oases. An oasis is a flourishing area in a desert. My initiatives are intended to establish food oases to mitigate the negative health impacts of food deserts.

Food Procurement Officer Network

The Danish Ministry of Food and Environment established a network of food procurement officers from all cities and towns, regions and state in Denmark when adapting the European Green Public Procurement Guidelines to the Danish context.

Food Safety Partnership—Public, Private, NGOs, and Academic

As part of the call to action following the UN Food Systems Summit, expert advisors, member nations, and
nationally and globally representative NGOs came together to form their own partnership for action to drive transformative ideas to ensure the safety of our foods is not forgotten.

Food Systems Monitoring Project

The Food Systems Monitoring Project is an independent scientific effort to develop a rigorous, science-based monitoring framework to track food systems and their transformation.

Food Waste Challenge

Food Waste Challenge is an initiative of the Samen Tegen Voedselverspilling foundation and Rabobank. Participation in the challenge is free, easy and takes little time.

Food-based System for the Prevention of Non-communicable Diseases and Reducing Malnutrition

To support the communities in rural areas to grow their own healthy food and and introduce the integrated farms cooperative -involve families and schools in growing vegetables and fruits and small animal husbandry – home fortification and establish communication to aware the communities with best methods to cultivate and cook reducing salt , sugar and fat to generate awareness on risk factors of the NCDs. Introduce food packaging and preserving.

FoodBytes! by Rabobank

The FoodBytes! innovation platform is an engine for ongoing collaboration between large food and agriculture companies, startups and
investors working towards a more sustainable food system that will increase the availability of nutritious food, make food more affordable and reduce inequities in access to food.

GAIN Commits to Transforming Food Systems

The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) commits to improving access to nutritious and safe foods in a sustainable way. GAIN will invest at least $250m by 2025 in measures to tackle poor diets in Africa and Asia, working together with national governments and partners.

Global Food 5050

Gender equality is a precondition for achieving the world’s shared ambitions of the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, including delivering sustainable food systems. Gender is intricately linked to all aspects of food systems.

Global Sustainable Livestock Coalition

Create opportunities where governments, producer groups, the private sector, and knowledge/research institutions can engage, exchange, share knowledge and best practices

Good Food SME Hub

The Good Food SME Hub is the virtual home for small businesses that are making food more nourishing, sustainable, resilient, and equitable.

Governance: Food Policy Forum for Change

In line with the objectives of the “Coalition of governments for food systems transformation through policy reform” (Solution Cluster 6.1.2), Biovision Foundation will continue to support peer-to-peer exchange among governments on how to successfully align food system-related policies with sustainable development goals.

GrowUS Initiative

The GrowUS Initiative is a collective of Anaheim High School Teachers, NOCROP Instructors, and Anaheim High School students who are dedicated to developing, planning, and executing a vertical farm system(s) on our High School Campus, in the hopes of improving school meals, feeding the communities around the school, and educating students of the future of agriculture, and our impact that food systems have on the planet.

Halting Deforestation & Conversion from Agricultural Commodities

The aim of the coalition is to bring together a broad group of producer and consumer countries, companies, and international organizations committed to working together to deliver deforestation- and conversion-free food supply chains as part of a new model of agricultural production that optimizes food production enhance rural livelihoods, and protects and restores the natural environment.

Halting Deforestation & Conversion from Agricultural Commodities

The aim of the coalition is to bring together a broad group of producer and consumer countries, companies, and international organizations committed to working together to deliver deforestation- and conversion-free food supply chains as part of a new model of agricultural production that optimizes food production enhance rural livelihoods, and protects and restores the natural environment.

Healthy Diets

Despite of an impressive food self-sufficiency Ratio (>120%), the country still faces a triple-burden of malnutrition; under nutrition-overnutrition-micronutrient deficiency, hidden hunger coupled with diet-related Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs).

Huertos Agroecológicos

Promover la creación de huertos orgánicos individuales, familiares, comunitarios y empresariales, para fortalecer la Soberanía alimentaria e ir construyendo en un mediano plazo sistemas agroecológicos de producción de alimentos locales, que respeten la cultura y que promuevan un estilo de vida más saludable.

Improving the Nutrition of Schoolchildren While Boosting Local Economies

La transformation des systemes alimentaires passera par les opportunités du soutien des petits producteurs et leur accès au marché et leur contritbuion aux fonctionnement des cantines scolaires. Cela permettra de revitaliser notre activité de HGSF et profiter du momentum actuelle des engagements en faveur des petits producteurs.

Inclusive Seed Systems

Plant genetic resources are the basis for resilience and sustainability of our seed systems; while a vibrant and inclusive seed sector contributes to innovation, improved livelihoods, and economic development. The seed value chains, comprising of public and private actors, farmers, and CSOs, need to work together towards solutions to ensure accessibility and availability of quality seeds to contribute to the achievements of the SDGs.

Indigenous Knowledge Research Infrastructure (IKRI) to Support the Implementation of the UN Food Systems Summit

This unique and historic initiative developed with the collective efforts of CANEUS, together with FILAC, UNOOSA, ICARDA-CGIAR, and AERAP, aims to launch the “Global Research Initiative and Knowledge Repository to integrate Indigenous Knowledge (IK) into the Food Systems” initiative, which will function as the digital infrastructure, termed as Indigenous Knowledge Research Infrastructure (IKRI).

Initiative Internationale “4 pour 1000”

Dans le cadre de la Coalition pour la transformation des systèmes alimentaires par l’agroécologie, l’Initiative “4 pour 1000: les sols pour la Sécurité alimentaire et le Climat” née à Paris en décembre 2015 lors de la COP 21, promeut depuis lors la séquestration de carbone dans les sols agricoles et forestiers via le développement de modes d’agriculture s’inscrivant dans le cadre de l’agroécologie.

Initiative on the True Value of Food

By creating transparency about the costs and benefits and applying appropriate incentives and disincentives across food systems, we can ensure more sustainable, healthful and fairer food systems in future and create real value for economic growth, society and businesses.

Innovation for Nature-positive Production (Including Aim for Climate)

The United Republic of Tanzania will continue to respond to the growing concern of the negative impacts of climate change and climate variability on the country’s social, economic and physical environment. This will be implemented through the National Climate Change Strategy which responds to the above needs by ensuring that there is more coordination and complementary between key economic sectors in implementing climate change activities.

Institutional commitment

JISNAS (Japan Intellectual Support Network in Agricultural Sciences) and FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) started holding monthly joint seminars from May 2021, mainly targeting students and researchers from universities and research institutions in Japan.

Integrated Farming

To create a sustainable integrated farming system that ensures nutritious food along with short term, annual and long term income to the farmer.

Local Food Supply Chains Alliance

Promote inclusive economies and societies thereby strengthening socio-economic resilience and minimising vulnerability and fragility in the light of disruptive shocks and stresses ( economic, health and environmental) both in the short and long term.

Making Food Systems Work for Women and Girls

Gender equality and women’s empowerment are key contributors to sustainable food systems, food security and nutrition for people, helping to ensure they are more resilient, empowered and better able to meet their essential needs.

Meat once a week

MEAT ONCE A WEEK is an open invitation to make simple changes in our daily eating behaviour.

Mission ADA (Digital Agriculture in Action)

“Mission ADA” (Digital Agriculture in Action) is an initiative led by the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation in Agriculture (IICA) to promote the digital transformation of the America´s agriculture sector.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

This Summit aims to empower all people to leverage the role of food systems to drive our recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Mountain Partnership

The Mountain Partnership is the only United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to promoting the world’s mountains and mountain peoples.

Ngece Rinjeu Foundation commits to support The Mountain partnership

The role of mountains in supporting the world’s food systems by providing up to 80% of the global fresh water should be recognized. Actionable commitments should be taken to protect mountains as the “water towers of the world”, promote their adaptation to climate change, and recognize their role in ensuring food security.

Pathways to Dairy Net Zero

Pathways to Dairy Net Zero is a global, multi-stakeholder engagement aiming to develop pathways towards low-carbon dairy systems while considering the diversity of dairy systems globally, their contributions to food and nutrition security, and to livelihoods and economies around the world.

People-Centred Innovation and Data and Digital Solutions

The collective commitment aims to support countries and communities to meet national and regional priorities on food systems pathways on a more holistic understanding and delivery of innovation for successful outcomes that are effective and improve the scale, quality and equity of resilient, climate-smart and healthy food systems.

Posicionamento Empresarial sobre a Sustentabilidade dos Sistemas Alimentares no Brasil

O presente documento aborda a pauta de Transformação nos Sistemas Alimentares como vertente essencial para a agenda do desenvolvimento sustentável. Ele reflete o posicionamento do Conselho Empresarial Brasileiro para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável, (CEBDS), das empresas participantes do seu Grupo de Trabalho (GT) de Sistemas Alimentares e das demais organizações que o assinam.

Production of Waning Foods

In most developing countries like Ethiopia the prevalence under nutrition and micronutrient deficiency is high among infants and young children’s aged 6 to 23 months, which increase the risk of underweight, stunted growth and death at those stage.

Projeto de Criação de Poedeira, Frangos de Carne com Construção de Infraestrutura

Dada a ocasional carência de ovos e carne de frangos na comunidade e no país e tendo em conta ao curto ciclo de produção das aves, haverá possibilidades de proporcionar á população local e nacional o aumento do consumo de proteína animal, contribuindo assim para a melhoria da dieta alimentar de muitas famílias. O pavilhão terá, uma superfície é de 60m, terá capacidade de alojar 600 poedeiras a 3000 frangos de carne.

Promoting Legitimate Livelihood Options For Ex-bunkerers In Swamp Rice Farming And Processing, Aquaculture And Fish Processing

Artisanal crude oil refining (aka illegal bunkering) has been a source of illegitimate livelihood option for rural dwellers in the oil-rich Niger Delta region of Nigeria due to a dreadful lack of alternatives in terms of legitimate opportunities for survival of citizens from host communities of international oil companies and oil and gas installations/pipelines right of way in the region.

Promotion of Community-led Food Systems

To strengthen local civil society in low-income countries to effectively advocate for and implement community-led initiatives for prosperous, resilient, nutritious community-led food systems.

Proposed Coalition for Blue/Aquatic Foods​

The Member States and organizations listed in the attached document are working to develop a Coalition focused on realizing the full potential of sustainable blue, or aquatic, foods – such as fish, shellfish, aquatic plants, and algae, captured or cultivated in freshwater or marine ecosystems – to help end malnutrition and build nature-positive, equitable and resilient food systems.

PROSAM Proyecto de Salud Ambiental y Seguridad Alimentaria

El PROSAM es una Estrategia de Intervención ante el desconfinamiento por la pandemia causada por el COVID-19, en la que se establecen recomendaciones para los Núcleos Familiares, con el objeto de preservar la salud pública y ambiental, y mejorar e innovar sistemas de subsistencia y de producción de alimentos saludables y nutritivos para autoconsumo, al tiempo que se suprimen gradualmente las medidas de contención, para reanudar la vida comunitaria y volver a poner en marcha la economía.

Protein PACT for the People, Animals and Climate of Tomorrow

The North American Meat Institute and partners across the animal protein supply chain are uniting through the Protein PACT for People, Animals and the Climate of Tomorrow, bringing together commitments from farmers, ranchers, packers, and processors across all elements of sustainability – environmental, social, and economic.

Rabo Carbon Bank

The Carbon Bank will enable transitioning to regenerative carbon farming, the societal position and earning capacity of farmers will improve. In our matchmaker role, we translate sequestered carbon into tradable units: so-called carbon credits.

Rabo Food Forward

The world faces a huge challenge: produce enough healthy food in 2050 to feed 10 billion mouths while respecting the environment, nature and the planet.

RaboTrace

RaboTrace aims to support F&A players by connecting insight into origin, ecological footprint and social parameters to financial data and traceability-based solutions that stimulate sustainability in value chains. RaboTrace helps parties share data to make F&A supply chains more traceable and transparent. In this way, insight can be created into traceability of products along every step of the chain, from the smallholder farmer to the consumer.

Reduction of Food Loss and Waste

The first and most comprehensive initiative which covers all sectors and all food products and also handle food banking practices for reducing food loss and waste by the Republic of Turkey is the Save Your Food Campaign. In May 2020, Turkey launched Save Your Food Campaign in cooperation with FAO.

Reimagine Tuna

The global seafood industry has been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, from fishers to end consumers and everyone in-between. As we rebuild the industry, organisations are collaborating in a new initiative called Reimagine Tuna. These organisations share a common goal of finding ocean solutions that benefit people, nature and the economy.

Repurposing Public Support to Food and Agriculture

The objective of this coalition is to support countries who have indicated a desire to repurpose their forms of public agricultural support by helping them a) identify which public support measures are exacerbating climate, environmental, and development challenges, and b) redesign these measures, not only to ‘do no harm’ but to help improve food and nutrition security, strengthen the soil and water quality, increase biodiversity, build resilience, and mitigate climate change.

Seafood Watch

Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program has been working to improve the sustainability of global fisheries and aquaculture for 20 years given the crucial role of seafood in providing essential nutrition and livelihoods worldwide. Sustainable production is critical to maintaining the fundamental services that healthy ocean, coastal and aquatic ecosystems play in preserving biodiversity, climate services, and cultural significance.

Sister-to-sister Learning Approach for Women’s Development

SEWA – a union of over 1.6 million poor self-employed women workers from the informal economy, across 18 states of India has over 56% of its membership engaged at various stages in the food systems – including smallholder farmers, share croppers & landless agricultural labourers, food processors, vendors and many more.

Smallholder and Agri-SME Finance and Investment Network (SAFIN)

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.

SME Pledge

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.

Social Protection for Food Systems Transformation Consortium

Well-designed and carefully implemented social protection programmes are among the most cost-effective development interventions and an important solution to reaching multiple objectives simultaneously, in alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Statement of Action – Small-scale and family farmers

There are ~500M small scale and family farmers globally, ~80% of the food consumed in Asia and Sub Saharan Africa is produced by these farmers. They, therefore, play a key role in the food system transitions in developing economies and local food systems and can be considered as real ‘change agents’.

Stop Wasting Food Movement

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.

Sustainable Food Systems Finance

Structural transformations towards sustainable, resilient, and equitable food systems include the way in which food is produced, accessed, distributed, valued, and consumed. Sustainable food systems require that economic, social, cultural, and environmental dimensions and their trade-offs be fully integrated in policy and investment planning. They also entail a shift from one-size-fits-all solutions to local and context-specific approaches.

Sustainable Food Systems Programme of the One Planet Network

The Sustainable Food Systems Programme (SFSP) of the One Planet Network is a global multi-stakeholder initiative aimed at accelerating the shift towards more sustainable food systems, that promotes a food systems approach to more holistic and inclusive policy-making.

Sustainably Strengthening Smallholder Resilience to Climate Change and Other Risks

The Syngenta Foundation commits to creating partnerships that successfully address multiple challenges in vulnerable smallholder farming systems in Africa and South Asia by 2025. We aim to achieve large-scale adoption of innovations and practices enabling climate-smart, resilient agriculture to become adopted at country and landscape scale.

Technology Development

Equipment manufacturers commit to the continued development of precision agriculture tools that enable farmers and ranchers of all sizes to utilize data to improve the sustainability of their operations.

The AGRI3 Fund

The AGRI3 fund is the result of a partnership between UN Environment Programme, The Dutch Development Bank (FMO), IDH: The Sustainable Trade Initiative and the Rabobank Group.

The Cool Move

Cold storage is virtually non-existent in smallholder value chains in Sub Saharan Africa. This lack of storage facilities and the lack of good infrastructure causes post-harvest food losses.

The Particular Reality of Food Systems in Vulnerable Ecosystems

Both fragile ecosystems play a central role in sustainable productivity and food security at local (food provision, rural development through food sector SME, tourism and ecosystem services such as water) and global level (as natural sensors of landscapes degradation and climate change).

Touba Mbane (Developpement Durable à l’horizon 2021)

Nous comptons mettre, à profit, le projet TOUBA MBANE , pour en faire un pôle de développement à même de contribuer à la politique de débattre du projet de Directives volontaires du CSA sur les systèmes alimentaires et la nutrition, résolument axé sur la lutte contre la pauvreté, l’assurance d’une autosuffisance alimentaire, la création d’emploi et de la valeur ajoutée et accélérer l’action visant à transformer les systèmes alimentaires afin de réaliser le Programme de développement durable à l’horizon 2030

Transformation in Agroecosystem for Sustainable Future

The main objective is to identify key strategies to be improved in Agroecosystem so that agricultural production can be increased without compromising the soil health, farmers labor and marketing of agri products. Also another objective is to identify ecosystem services which are not exploited yet so that instead of artificial, nature based solutions can be applied to tackle various issues starting from climate change, production, storage and effective marketing.

Transformation Leaders Network

In the year of the UN-led Food Systems Summit, the TLN Partner Organizations worked on the re-launch of a next generation of the Transformation Leaders Network – drawing from the previous experience of the New Vision for Agriculture – to serve as a dynamic and agile community of systems leaders poised to accelerate the transformation towards a more nutritious, sustainable, and equitable food system.

TRANSPARENT Project

The TRANSPARENT project will develop standardized natural capital accounting and valuation principles for business, including food and agri-business specific guidance.

True Value of Food Initiative

The Initiative on the True Value of Food represents a community of experienced experts who stand ready to support country efforts to consider, trial, implement and evaluate true cost, value and price of food actions and policy change.

U.S. Dairy Net Zero Initiative

Building on the long history and commitment of dairy farmers as stewards of the land, in 2020, the Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy pledged to address its total greenhouse gas footprint and set aggressive new environmental sustainability goals that focus on the areas where U.S. dairy could have the greatest impact, as prioritized in the 2019 materiality assessment.

U.S. Soy’s Continuous Improvement Goals

The U.S. soy industry is committed to boosting nature positive production through a commitment to its continuous improvement goals, an industry-led effort to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the production system to achieve positive environmental, social, and economic outcomes.

Unite Food Program

Unite The World With Africa Foundation in America is funding the build-out of the women’s owned social enterprise in Tanzania called The Unite Food Program (UFP). The mission is to empower small-scale farmers in Tanzania by purchasing their organic grains at fair-market prices and then processing the organic grains at the Unite Food Program headquarters to sell to the masses, again at fair-market prices

Universal School Meals

Expansion of 1,000 days health counseling and services for mothers and children under 5 years of age, with a focus on promoting exclusive breastfeeding and improving infant and young child feeding and mother’s dietary diversity; Ensure access to clean drinking water, sanitation and good hygiene practices; create food environments where schools administration can make healthy food choices through regulation of food marketing; Implementation of National Dietary and School feeding Guidelines.

Vulombe Foods South Africa

To create awareness about genuine foods
To work toward the production of genuine foods, e.g. raw and natural honey
To mobilise community action for basic foods security
To do advocacy on sustainable food production
To influence policy and the laws on quality food system

Wasting Reset

Wasting refers to rapid weight loss due to inadequate dietary intake and/or infection. It is associated with a significantly elevated risk of mortality yet is one of the most ignored nutrition problems globally. With 45.4 million children under five years of age currently suffering from wasting (WBG 2021), and with most countries off track to meet SDG nutrition targets (GNR, 2020), the time has come for a ‘reset’.

World Vision’s Commitment to Nutrition

Leverage 184,000 World Vision-supported community health workers to reach the most vulnerable households (approximately 9 million households in 40 countries) with nutrition counselling, including infant and young child feeding counselling.

World Vision’s Commitment to School Meals

As a child-focused organization committed to improving child well-being for the most vulnerable children, WV worked with communities to provide healthy school meals to over 1 million vulnerable children in seven of the most fragile contexts in 2020 alone.

WUWM’s Wholesale Markets Commitment

The World Union of Wholesale Markets (WUWM) pledges to the goals and actions developed by the coalitions and action tracks we have joined and helped built through this Summit.

Zero Hunger

Productivity of food crops including cereals and grain legumes particularly in semi-arid dryland areas is about a ton per hectare.

Zero Hunger

Productivity of food crops including cereals and grain legumes particularly in semi-arid dryland areas is about a ton per hectare.

Zero Hunger Coalition

The coalition aims to achieve ending hunger, in a sustainable and nutritious way. While doing this, it will generate co-benefits: meeting the Paris climate emission targets and doubling the income of 545 million food producers.

Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge

In support of the Zero Hunger Coalition, the Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge is an initiative to enable companies and investment funds to align their investments with new evidence and commitments by donors, governments, and global institutions to end hunger and nourish the future by 2030