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  • 1. Trends in Donor Responses To Food Security Dr Jim Woodhill Principal Sector Specialist Food Security and Rural Development DFAT
  • 2. Overview • Framing Food Security • Key Trends • Dilemmas • Directions for Innovation
  • 3. Food Security Availability Access Utilization Why Global Food System Resilience Transforming Rural Economies and Small-Scale Agriculture Productive Social Protection Measures Healthy, Sustainable, Affordable food (nutrition) What How Policy and Investment Areas (Public and Private) Business enabling policy environment Agricultural Inputs Human Capability Research and Innovation Infrastructure Private Sector Investment Advisory Services and Extension Financial Services Sustainable use of natural resources Equitable access to natural resources Market Access Facilitation Efficient Trade Domestic Policy Trade and Market Access Private Sector Investment and engagement Global Public Goods Framing - Dimensions of Food Security
  • 4. Aid in Comparison
  • 5. Trends • Food and nutrition security is back • Private sector engagement • Value chain development and trade • Social protection • Production push to market pull • Attention for results
  • 6. Dilemmas • No big shift in resourcing • Mismatch with private sector • Scale • Declining NGO support • Global architecture • Results curse
  • 7. Where To Focus?
  • 8. A Rubik's Cube of Agri-Food Innovation Perspectives Prospects Pathways Consumption and wellbeing Markets and distribution Production and resource use Technological Innovation Institutional Innovation Political Innovation
  • 9. Conclusion • Leadership • Communication • Partnerships