Commitments to action
Global Sustainable Livestock Coalition
World Farmers' Organisation, World Farmers’ Organisation (WFO), International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Alliance Bioversity/CIAT, Soil4Climate, Global Dairy Platform (GDP), International Meat Secretariat (IMS), Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (GRSB), International Dairy Federation (IDF), International Poultry Council (IPC), International Egg Commission (IEC), Health for Animals and International Feed Industry Federation (IFIF), Australian Government
- Create opportunities where governments, producer groups, the private sector, and knowledge/research institutions can engage, exchange, share knowledge and best practices
- Provide governments, investors, donors, and multilateral institutions, with accurate science-based information about livestock’s role/actions in delivering the SDGs,
- Provide leadership/coordination for science-based inclusive and balanced policies and promote peer learning and innovation.
- Enabling and amplifying work in existing stakeholder fora, including the FAO Livestock Subcommittee (COAG), the World Committee for Food Security (CFS) and the Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock (GASL).
The ultimate objective is to support decision-making at all levels for the farmer- and value-chain-oriented national/bioregional development of sustainable livestock systems. Livestock systems and value-chains contribute to many of the UN SDGs and all the UN FSS Action Tracks.
Boost Nature-Based Solutions of Production
Healthy and nutritious diets
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
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.
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