The strategy points out s the EU international cooperation focus on the prevention of and response to food crises, particularly in fragile contexts.
The joint communication stresses that EU and Africa must join efforts to reach the Sustainable Development Goal of “zero hunger” and address the challenges of nutrition and food security by boosting safe and sustainable agri-food systems.
The new consensus reaffirms that poverty eradication is the primary development objective and that it is indispensable to ending hunger and ensuring food security.
The Treaty of Lisbon underpins the commitment of the EU to provide assistance, relief and protection to victims of natural or man-made disasters around the world (art. 214).
The Communication proposes a series of key actions to expedite the provision of humanitarian aid by expanding the resource base, supporting a better enabling environment for humanitarian partners and addressing the root causes of crises through a ‘Team Europe’ approach.
The Knowledge for Implementation and Impact Initiative (KI3) set out to strengthen the availability, access and utilization of implementation knowledge to accelerate progress in scaling up implementation and impact on nutrition...
The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) is a non-profit institution that generates agricultural innovations to meet Africa’s most pressing challenges of hunger, malnutrition, poverty,and natural...