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Accelerating and scaling action through partnerships




Sustainable food system transformation that ends hunger, mitigates against climate change and provides nutritious diets requires collective action. For this reason, Hesat2030 works together with a broad range of stakeholders to reach our goal of ending hunger sustainably and nutritiously by 2030.


During COP28, the Zero Hunger Coalition is co-organizing a side-event to better understand the complementarity between food systems and climate action. Recognizing that food and climate are inextricably linked, the side event will bring together government leaders from Africa and representatives from multilateral organizations to explore the potential synergies between these two topics.


It seeks to identify actionable solutions to eradicate hunger, improve nutrition, safeguard and enhance livelihoods for the most vulnerable, and enhance the resilience of food systems, while addressing the challenges posed by climate change and climate shocks.


Building partnerships through the Zero Hunger Coalition


This event aligns with the current activities of the Zero Hunger Coalition which catalyzes coordinated action to end hunger in the world by 2030.


The Zero Hunger Coalition is evidence-based and supports action to implement the high-impact investment areas identified in Ceres2030. Set-up by FAO, GAIN, IFAD, Shamba Centre for Food & Climate and the WFP, the Coalition brings together a broad range of supporters including 32 governments, 24 civil society and 11 multilateral organizations. The Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge is the private sector arm of the Zero Hunger Coalition.


A number of country governments have requested support from the Coalition to develop country-level evidence-based and costed roadmaps. These roadmaps provide recommendations on the most effective interventions to address the complex interplay between food security, nutrition, poverty, agriculture, and climate change. They are tailored to the specific needs and challenges facing individual countries to ensure that efforts are grounded in local realities and have a significant impact on food security, nutrition, and climate resilience at the national level.


Three previous country roadmaps have been developed for Ethiopia, Malawi and Nigeria while two more are nearing completion for Madagascar and Zambia. Work is currently underway to prepare roadmaps for Bangladesh, Cambodia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Tanzania, and Uganda.





Partnership & advocacy


Hesat2030 had developed strategic partnerships and alliances with research, civil society, the private sector and across agencies. This includes CABI, the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), Global Centre on Adaptation, Global Donor Platform for Rural Development (GDPRD), Havos.ai, the Innovation Commission, the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), the Juno Evidence Alliance and the Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge.


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