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.
Commitments to action
Health Cure with Natural Foods Intake
Pakistan Society of Promotion of Natural Cure
To promote and advance awareness regarding the benefits of treatment through the use of natural foods.
Build Resilience to Vulnerabilities, Shocks, and Stresses
Promotion natural cure
Prevention as natural cure
Treatment as natural foods
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.
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.
World Vision’s Commitment to Increased Action on Ecosystem Restoration and Regenerative Agriculture Practices
World Vision is committed to increased action on Ecosystem Restoration and regenerative agriculture practices.
Conflict, climate-related and health disasters cause major disruptions to food systems, with devastating consequences for the people that depend on them. National social protection systems help address extreme vulnerability through providing social safety nets to the most vulnerable people when disaster hits.