The Sustainable Food Systems (SFS) Programme was launched in October 2015, as a multi-stakeholder programme to promote SCP patterns in the area of food and agriculture. It is being co-led by South Africa, Switzerland, Hivos and WWF, with the support of a Multi-stakeholder Advisory Committee (MAC) with 23 members from five different stakeholder clusters:

  • Government agencies

  • Civil society organizations

  • Research and technical institutions

  • UN agencies and other international organizations

  • Private sector

Furthermore, the SFS Programme currently has over 116 partners from all stakeholder groups and around the globe.

 

See the full list of member organizations (June 2017)

 

Co-leads and MAC Members:

 

Co-lead

Hivos

Civil society
Represented by
Represented by
Represented by

WWF

Civil society
Represented by

MAC

Represented by
Represented by
Represented by

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Government / public sector
United States of America
Represented by
Represented by

UN Environment

United Nations / intergovernmental organizations
Represented by

UN System Standing Committee on Nutrition (UNSCN)

United Nations / intergovernmental organizations
Represented by
Represented by

ENEA

Scientific / Technical
Represented by
Represented by
Represented by
Represented by

Nestlé

Business Sector
Switzerland

Smaackmakers

Business Sector

Partner

Actuemos

Civil society
Represented by

BSR

Civil society

Can YA Love

Civil society
United States of America

Chouaib Doukkali University

Scientific / Technical
Morocco
Represented by

East Eagle Foundation

Civil society
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Represented by

EcoAgriculture Partners

Civil society
United States of America
Represented by
South Africa
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Represented by

foodwaste.ch

Civil society
Switzerland

Foodways Consultation GmbH

Business Sector
Switzerland
Represented by

Fruitspot

Business Sector
United States of America
Represented by
  • Jose Baptista - CEO, Fruitspot.com / Also expert on Business Strategy and Digital Business Strategy at Fruitspot Trading Co.

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Future Food Institute

Civil society
Represented by

Hargol FoodTech

Business Sector
Represented by
Represented by
Represented by

INSERM

Scientific / Technical
Represented by
Represented by
Represented by

JustNow Inc.

Business Sector
South Africa
Represented by

Massey University

Scientific / Technical
New Zealand
Represented by

Ministry of Agriculture - Chile

Government / public sector
Represented by
Represented by

National Food Chain Safety Office

Government / public sector
Netherlands
Represented by
Represented by
  • Osmond Mugweni - Founder, Principal Researcher and Executive Director at Njeremoto Biodiversity Institute (NBI-Zimbabwe)

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One Village Farm

Scientific / Technical
Represented by

Pinpoint Sustainability

Business Sector
South Africa
Represented by
Represented by
Represented by
  • Zaake Paul - Agriculturalist/ Programme Coordinator at Rakai Environmental Conservation Programme; Kakuuto Community Development Project

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Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil

Scientific / Technical
Malaysia
Represented by

Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity

United Nations / intergovernmental organizations

Slow Food

Civil society
Represented by
Tanzania, United Republic of
Switzerland
Represented by

TSC/Wageningen UR

Scientific / Technical
Netherlands
Represented by

Udyama

Civil society
Represented by
Represented by

Universitas Bakrie

Scientific / Technical
Indonesia

Universitas Gadjah Mada

Scientific / Technical
Indonesia

University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW)

Scientific / Technical
Switzerland
Represented by
Represented by
  • Johanna Jacobi - Project coordinator "Towards Food Sustainability" at Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern

    Send an email

Working Group Sustainable Nutrition

Scientific / Technical
Represented by
Represented by
Switzerland

YUNGA

United Nations / intergovernmental organizations