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A presentation around the FoodBanking model in South Africa.

A presentation around the FoodBanking model in South Africa.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Global Crisis
  • 3.
    • Engage diverse institutions
    • in building the public and political will to end hunger
    • at home and abroad
    Alliance to End Hunger
  • 4. How Food Banks Work : Development
    • Food Banking started in Phoenix in 1967
    • Concept spread organically, but retained community-based focus
  • 5. Farms & Fisheries Food Manufacturers Food Wholesalers Food Supermarkets Consumers Community Food Banks Food Aid Agencies Government Commodities How Food Banking Works
  • 6. Foodbank New York
  • 7. Picture Pre 2007
    • South Africa was producing enough food to support it’s people
  • 8. Picture Pre 2007
    • Yet a major part of our people were Food Insecure or Starving
  • 9. Picture Pre 2007
    • Many Feeding Schemes
  • 10. Current Situation
    • Introducing the Global FoodBanking Network
  • 11.
    • A wide spread Consultation
  • 12.
    • Encouragement from Government
  • 13.
    • SA forum for Food Security Formed
  • 14. Chart of Ownership and Planning Authority Co-Chairs
    • Project Team
    • GFN Headquarters/Members
    • GFN In-Country
    • Community Volunteers
    • ADP – Accenture
    • Aidmatrix
    • Co-Chairs
    • Gail Klintworth – Chairman, Unilever
    • Rev. Malusi Mpumlwana – Bishop, Ethiopian Episcopal Church
    • William Mzimba – Chief Executive, Accenture
    • Peter Pretorius – Founder, Joint Aid Management (JAM)
    • The Honorable Dr. Zola Skweyiya, Minister of Social Development
    • K. Venkatachalam – Managing Director, Kellogg Company
    • Domestic National Food Manufacturer
    • Domestic National Retailer
    Johannesburg Forum Durban Forum Port Elizabeth Forum South African Forum for Food Security Cape Town Forum
  • 15.
    • Feasibility: foodbanking is viable here
    • Vision: South African solution conceived
    • Imperative: address urban & rural needs
    • Action: creation of FoodBank South Africa
    Outcome
  • 16. Where to start?
    • Identify & Engage existing Food Security NGO’s
  • 17. Where to start?
    • Formation of the National Network
  • 18. Where to start?
    • 5 Inaugural Community FoodBanks in South Africa
  • 19. Where to start?
  • 20. Policies
    • Properly structured (main ones s21/s18A)
    • Community owned and run
    • Receive food sourced by FoodBank SA
    • Source more food locally
    • Can buy food from rural foodbanks
    • Hygienic handling to protect food & donors
    • Distribute food via “Agencies”
    • Fundraise locally…aim for self-sufficiency
  • 21. Foodbank cape town
    • *****Launches*****
    DATE 2 MARCH 2009
  • 22. Foodbank cape town
    • Telling the story
  • 23. Media exposure
  • 24. Lions International
    • District 410
  • 25. Lions District 410
    • Opportunity
  • 26. CONSUMER CONSUMER CONSUMER CONSUMER CAPE TOWN FOODBANK DISTRIBUTION MODEL Rural Depot Consumer FOODBANK NC DEPOT AGENCIES DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT NC NC NC AGENCIES AGENCIES AGENCIES AGENCIES AGENCIES
  • 27. How Lions have been involved in the FoodBank Cape Town
    • International grant through LCIF
  • 28. How Lions have been involved in the FoodBank Cape Town
    • Matching $25 000 grant from Cargill International
  • 29. How will this grant be utilised?
    • Infrastructure
            • Partner structured deal
            • Lions International, Toyota SA & Cargill International
  • 30. Other opportunities
    • Projects
  • 31. Other opportunities
    • The Lunch Buddies Programme
    • Kiddies Backpack Programme
    • Pantries
    • Kids Cafe’s
    • Community Gardens
    • Nutrition Centres
  • 32. Community Gardens & The Lunch Buddies
    • Foodbank Cape town
  • 33. Local Food Crisis
  • 34. Thank You