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Avanzar2030 evidence-synthesis methodology workshop

Updated: 11 hours ago

From 25 to 26 April 2024, FAO, alongside IFPRI and the University of Notre Dame, co-organized and participated in a pivotal event as Avanzar2030 convened a dynamic meeting aimed at reshaping the future of sustainable agrifood systems. Hosted by the Instituto Interamericano de Cooperación para la Agricultura (IICA) in Coronado, Costa Rica, andwith support from USAID and the Juno Evidence Alliance, this gathering proved to be a catalyst for innovation and collaboration in the agricultural sector.  

The programme emerges from Ceres2030, a project highlighted by eight evidence syntheses published in Nature, offering recommendations on effective intervention spending for achieving zero hunger by 2030. Built upon the results of the 2021 United Nations Food Systems Summit, and positioned as a core initiative within Hesat2030, Avanzar2030 seeks to transform high-level aspirations into tangible actions and strategies. It provides evidence on effective interventions to foster more nutritious, productive, inclusive, and sustainable food systems in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC).




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