Sustainable Food Systems and the Feed Zambia Zero Hunger Programme

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The UN Food Systems Pathways and the Feed Zambia Zero Hunger Programme. It emphasizes the need for a transformative approach to food systems that benefits both people and the planet. The desired food system must ensure access to nutritious, sustainable, affordable, and desirable food for all. Through initiatives like SDG 2, efforts are being made to advance equitable livelihoods and resilient, healthy, and sustainable consumption patterns. The presentation also highlights institutional linkages in Zambia towards sustainable food systems and their alignment with UN SDGs. Different organizations and partnerships are identified to support these pathways.


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Sustainable Food Systems and the Feed Zambia Zero Hunger Programme

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  1. Presentation on the UN Food Systems Pathways and Feed Zambia Zero Hunger Programme

  2. Part I Part I UN Food Systems UN Food Systems

  3. The N eed for Food System Transformation

  4. Interaction of the UN Food System Planet Planetmust be protected to support must be protected to support more and equitable food system over more and equitable food system over generations generations. . People Peoplemust benefit and be must benefit and be responsible for outcomes responsible for outcomes. . Prosperity Prosperityof All Actors in the food of All Actors in the food value chain must be guaranteed value chain must be guaranteed with people and planet in mind with people and planet in mind. . Source: N ourishes

  5. The Interaction that transforms the Food System

  6. The D esired The D esiredF Food ood S System ystem M ust M ust: : The transition steps asfour distinct policyobjectives: 1. sufficient nutrient-rich and staple foods are availabletoall, sustainablyproduced; 2. those foods readily accessibleto everyone; 3. foods affordablebyeveryone; 4. ensuring those foods are desirableto allconsum ers. Source: Global Panel(2020)

  7. Using SD G 2 A nchoresall SD G s SD G 2 -ZE RO H U N G E R A D VA N C IN G E Q U ITA B L E L IVE L IH OOD S OF PE OPL E IN VOL VE D IN TH E FOOD SYSTE M SH IFTIN G TO H E A L TH Y A N D SU STA IN A B L E C ON SU M PTION PA TTE RN S B U IL D IN G RE SIL IE N C E TO VU L N E R A B IL ITIE S, SH OC K S A N D STRE SSE S B OOSTIN G N A TU RE - POSITIVE FOOD PROD U C TION E N SU RIN G A C CE SS TO SA FE A N D N U TRITIOU S FOOD S FOR A L L

  8. Z Zam bias Institutional L inkages to Sustainable Food System s Pathw ays am bia s Institutional L inkages to Sustainable Food System s Pathw ays U N FOOD SYSTE M PA TH W A YS PA TH W A Y 1: E N SU RIN G A CCE SS TO SA FE A N D N U TRITIOU S FOOD S FOR A L L U N SD G s L IN K E D TO TH E PA TH W A YS SD G 1: N o Poverty SD G 2: Zero H unger SD G 3: G ood H ealth IN STITU TION S A N D PA RTN E RS FA O, N FN C, G IZ, W ORL D B A N K , M OFN P, N U TRITION L IN E M IN ISTRIE S A N D N U TRITION and W ell-being SD G 10: Reduced Inequality C Ps ; U N IC E F, W FP, M C D SS, U SA ID , W H O, M L G ; G IZ,W FP, U SA ID , M FN P, M C D SS, M ICRO FIN A N C IA L IN STITU TION S M OA , W B , IFA D , M W SE P, A G RA PA TH W A Y 2: SH IFTIN G TO H E A L TH Y A N D SU STA IN A B L E CON SU M PTION PA TTE RN S SD G 3: G ood H ealth and W ell-being SD G 12: Responsible RE SE A RC H IN STITU TION S, N TB C, A CA D E M IA , PRIVA TE , N ISIR; CON SU L TIN G FIRM S, Consum ption and Production ZA M ; U N ICE F, FA O, M CD SS, U SA ID , W H O, M L G ; W FP, N FN C , M OA , ZA B S, TRA D E RS, CCPC , M FN P, M A N U FA CTU RE R S, FOOD PROC E SSORS, W H OL E SA L E R S; W FP, N FN C , ZA B S, CCPC , M ISA ZA M B IA M E D IA , U N ICE F, G IZ, W FP, U SA ID , A CA D E M IA A N D RE SE A RC H , L IN E M IN ISTRIE S PA TH W A Y 3: B OOSTIN G N A TU RE -POSITIVE FOOD PROD U CTION SD G 6: Clean W ater and Sanitation SD G 7: A ffordable and FA O, G IZ, M G E E , W W F, W ORL D FISH ; M OFN P, M CTI, M SM E , M IN ISTRY OF C lean E nergy SD G 9: Industry, Innovation and IN FRA STRU CTU RE , H OU SIN G A N D U RB A N D E VE L OPM E N T, M L G RD , A CA D E M IA , A N D Infrastructure RE SE A RC H IN STITU TION S; M G E , COM A CO, U SA ID , W B , ZN FU , RE SE A RC H IN STITU TION S A N D A CA D E M IA ; FA O, G IZ, M G E , COM A CO, U SA ID , W B , ZN FU ; PRIVA TE SE CTOR, W FP, RE SE A RCH A N D A CA D E M IA ,

  9. Z Zam bias Institutional L inkages to Sustainable Food System s Pathw ays am bia s Institutional L inkages to Sustainable Food System s Pathw ays U N FOOD SYSTE M PA TH W A YS PA TH W A Y 4: A D VA N C IN G E Q U ITA B L E L IVE L IH OOD S OF PE OPL E IN VOL VE D IN TH E FO OD SYSTE M U N SD G s L IN K E D TO TH E PA TH W A YS IN STITU TION S A N D PA RTN E RS SD G 1: N o Poverty SD G 4: Q uality E ducation SD G 5: M L G , M E D IA , ZL A A N D OTH E R C SOs; M FN P, W FP, FA O, G ender E quality SD G 8: D ecent W ork and E conom ic M OE , G IZ, M C D , W B , W FP, M IC ROFIN IN ST, ZL A A N D G row th, SD G 10: Reduced Inequality SD G 16: Peace OTH E R C SOS, A G RA and Justice Strong Institution PA TH W A Y 5: B U IL D IN G RE SIL IE N C E TO VU L N E RA B IL ITIE S, SH OC K S A N D STRE SSE S SD G 2: Zero H unger, SD G 9: Industry, Innovation and SA D C G E N E TIC SE E D B A N K , W ORL D FISH , A C A D E M IA Infrastructure SD G 11: Sustainable C ities and A N D RE SE A RC H IN STITU TION S; FA O, G IZ, C SOS, N G OS, C om m unities SD G 13: C lim ate A ction SD G 17: IFA D , ZN FU , N G OS, IFA D , ZN FU , OVP, M G E , A C A D E M IA Partnerships to A chieve the G oals A N D RE SE A RC H IN ST., IN SU RA N C E C O M PA N IE S, W FP, FIN A N C IA L IN ST., FA O, G IZ, IFA D , IN TE RN A TION RE D - L OC U ST C O N TROL

  10. Thank You.

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