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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.

What we do

We aim to improve actions to reduce food insecurity and malnutrition.

The Knowledge Centre contributes to better policy making by:

  • offering a one-stop source of curated information;
  • building a shared understanding of the facts.


Brief me

  • We gather, organise and make accessible the most relevant information, data and tools, in particular from EU services;
  • We analyse and synthetise available knowledge;
  • We create new knowledge on key topics;
  • We promote networking between experts and policy makers.
Leaflet KC Global Food and Nutrition Security
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Agroecology can enhance ecological and socio-economic resilience of agricultural and food systems.
Collecting evidence on how climate extremes have contributed to the recent rise in global hunger and on how they directly impact on food security.
The country dashboard depict key agro-economic indicators by countries.
Developing and improving the knowledge base to inform the EU response to food crises. Coordinating international action through the Global Network against Food Crises.
The European Union is committed to support partner countries in reducing the number of stunted children under the age of five.
An overview of research and innovation initiatives on food and nutrition security and sustainable agriculture.
Transition to sustainable food systems is essential to end hunger, malnutrition and poverty while preserving the environment.