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Knowledge Centre for Global Food and Nutrition Security

We support the EU global commitment to end hunger, achieve food security and improve nutrition through a dedicated, reinforced science-policy interface and a fostered inter-policy dialogue.

Among the deliverables generated by the Food Systems Summit, the National Pathways to sustainable food systems and the Coalitions for Actions are key elements to support the transformation of food systems.

126 countries adopted national pathways. National pathways outline specific actions to be undertaken for food systems transformation. This dashboard provides the details of the country pathways.

A total of 31 self-organizing and independent coalitions emerged from the UN Food Systems Summit. The primary purpose of these coalitions is to catalyse the achievement of all 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through support to national pathways implementation.

The European Commission participates to the following coalitions:

The report of the General Secretary to the Stocktaking Moment (UNFSS + 2) provides an assessment of the implementation of the national pathways as well as the state of play of the coalitions for action.

The UN Food Systems Coordination Hub was established as an immediate outcome of the UNFSS to sustain the Summit’s follow-up. The Hub articulates its work around 6 key functions: facilitation of national pathways implementation, convening of the global ecosystem of support, strengthening the means of implementation, communication, and advocacy for food systems transformations, and thought leadership. The Hub has also established a database of good practices for food systems transformation.