The 3rd global conference of the SFS Programme

 

The 3rd Global Conference of the Sustainable Food Systems Programme delivered a set of 25 concrete recommendations across 6 main food systems areas, as part of its substantial contribution to the 2021 Food Systems Summit. Over 700 participants joined discussions in this event co-hosted by the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives of the Kingdom of Thailand and the co-leads of the SFS Programme, with support from the Federal Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety of Germany. Read the outcome document by clicking the link below.

Outcome document of the 3rd global conference 

And access our conference webpage for more informaton.

 

 

SFS Programme's statement on COVID-19

The SFS Programme s concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic and its response and recovery measures. Read our statement by clicking on the link below.

Read our statement on the COVID-19 crisis

 

About

The Sustainable Food Systems (SFS) Programme is a multi-stakeholder partnership focused on catalyzing more sustainable food consumption and production patterns. Our shared vision enables our partners to collaborate on joint initiatives, which range from normative, advocacy and policy support activities, to research and development projects as well as on-the-ground implementation activities that address our food systems challenges. The Programme promotes a holistic approach, taking into account the interconnections and trade-offs between all elements and actors in food systems.

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Actors of the programme

Programme leadership

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 Switzerland, Costa Rica and WWF, with the support of a Multi-stakeholder Advisory Committee (MAC) with 20 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 150 partners from all stakeholder groups and around the globe.

 

See who is involved: File SFS Programme members list [Co-leads, MAC Members, Partners]

Portfolio of work

Work areas

How to get involved

The Sustainable Food Systems (SFS) Programme is open to all organisations (legal entities) that are interested in joining a collaborative platform to support the implementation of the Programme.

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