Compact2025

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Project overview for Compact2025, a new partnership for ending global hunger and undernutrition by the year 2025.

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Compact2025

  1. 1. End hunger and undernutrition
  2. 2. A Compact to end hunger and undernutrition by 2025 • What C2025 will do: Assist countries to refine and implement their road maps for action toward ending hunger and undernutrition by 2025 • How: By developing national and subnational networks of researchers and policymakers who will identify evidence and tool gaps • Special focus: Enhance implementation at national and subnational levels 2
  3. 3. Multisectoral strategies are key • Smallholder agriculture-led strategies (China and Vietnam) • Help farming households produce and purchase more nutritious foods • Social protection-led strategies (Brazil) • Promote inclusive growth by building and protecting assets from shocks • Integrated nutrition interventions (Thailand) • Address immediate AND underlying causes of undernutrition via, e.g. improved breastfeeding practices, AND biofortification It is possible to accelerate progress 3 • The global community has a higher priority on ending hunger and undernutrition • Experiences of successful countries have shortened the learning curve for others Other strategies show promise, e.g. sanitation (Bangladesh, Ethiopia) and women empowerment (Bangladesh)
  4. 4. Approaches and activities • Serving as knowledge and innovation hub • Sharing experiences, challenges, and solutions within and across countries Sharing knowledge • Using pilot projects to strengthen and scale-up effective strategies • Promoting monitoring and evaluation systems Supporting evidence- based policies and experiments • Providing reliable data for evidence-based policymaking • Collaborating to improve data collection and analytical capacity Mobilizing a data revolution • Facilitating implementation of country policies and strategies • Adapting successful policies to local contexts Facilitating country-led strategies and investments • Supporting and mobilizing established and new players • Strengthening accountability mechanisms at country and global level Strengthening inclusive participation and enhanced accountability 4
  5. 5. Compact2025 provides evidence-based support to end hunger and undernutrition by 2025 National initiatives led by Ethiopia, Rwanda, Malawi, Bangladesh, and others Regional commitments led by the African Union and others International initiatives led by SUN, GAIN, National Information Platforms for Nutrition, and others Global goals e.g. Zero Hunger Challenge, SDG2 Supporting other initiatives 5
  6. 6. I N N O VAT I O N L A B Innovations in scaling up Innovations in social marketing S Y N T H E S I S Nourishing Millions Country case studies C O M M U N I C AT I O N S Portal, website, and media Policy monitor and bulletin D ATA , T R A C K I N G , A N D M O N I T O R I N G Global Nutrition Report Global Food Policy Report Global Hunger Index K N OW L E D G E & I N N OVAT I O N H U B Knowledge and Innovation Hub 6
  7. 7. Focal countries • Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Malawi, & Rwanda are the first C2025 focal countries • Proposed activities in each country with select milestones for 2016-2020 •Analyze strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of the country’s food security and nutrition situation •Convene roundtable meeting with key stakeholders to recommend policy actions Setting priorities •Develop an innovation lab •Conduct policy pilots and experiments •Design monitoring mechanisms Innovating and learning •Identify policies for scale-up and initiate new pilots •Enhance Knowledge & Innovation Hub activities, e.g. capacity building & communications Building on success •Undertake M&E of impacts of scale-ups •Synthesize lessons learned for feedback into the global K&I Hub •Share lessons and select further policies to scale up Synthesizing shareable lessons 7
  8. 8. Compact2025: Ending Hunger and Undernutrition Governance structure Identifies gaps, priorities, and evidence required to advance food security and nutrition Provides guidance on most effective and efficient strategies Development practitioners, researchers, and other experts from public and private sector S E C R E TA R I AT T E C H N I C A L A D V I S O R Y C O U N C I L L E A D E R S H I P C O U N C I L Handles day-to-day business of Compact2025 Hosted by IFPRI Provides strategic direction and helps shape and unify commitments to address challenges Champions, influential thinkers 8
  9. 9. Catherine Bertini Professor of Public Administration and International Affairs, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University Saulos Chilima Vice President, Republic of Malawi Ertharin Cousin Executive Director, World Food Programme (WFP) Hailemariam Desalegn Prime Minister, Ethiopia Shenggen Fan Director General, IFPRI (ex officio) Neven Mimica Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development, European Commission (EC) Anastase Murekezi Prime Minister, Republic of Rwanda Kanayo Nwanze President, International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) Lillianne Ploumen Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, the Netherlands Jaidev Shroff Chief Executive Officer, UPL Limited Kathy Spahn President, Helen Keller International M.S. Swaminathan Founder, Chairman and Chief Mentor, M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation Rhoda Peace Tumusiime Commissioner for Rural Economy and Agriculture, African Union Commission (AUC) Leadership Council members (November 2015) 9
  10. 10. Compact2025: Ending Hunger and Undernutrition Technical Advisory Committee members (November 2015) Catherine Bertini (co-chair) Professor of Public Administration and International Affairs, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University Stuart Gillespie (co-chair) Senior Research Fellow, IFPRI Lawrence Haddad (co-chair) Senior Research Fellow, IFPRI Khalid Bomba CEO, Ethiopian Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA) Pedro Campo-Llopis Policy Officer, Rural Development, Food Security, and Nutrition, Directorate General for Development Cooperation (DG DEVCO), European Commission Mushtaque Chowdhury Vice-Chairperson, BRAC Patrizia Fracassi Senior Nutrition Analyst and Policy Advisor, SUN Movement Secretariat Sheryl Hendriks Director of the Institute for Food, Nutrition and Well-being, University of Pretoria Isatou Jallow Senior Nutrition & Partnership Advisor and Head, NEPAD Nabeeha Kazi President & CEO, Humanitas Global Yves Martin-Prevel Research Officer, Institute of Research for Development (IRD)/NutriPass Joint Research Unit David Pelletier Associate Professor, Division of Nutritional Science, Cornell University Prabhu Pingali Professor and Director, Tata-Cornell Agriculture and Nutrition Initiative Jennifer Requejo Senior Technical Officer, Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health, World Health Organization Vijay Sardana Vice President and Head, Food Security and Agribusiness, UPL Limited Octave Semwaga Director General of Strategic Planning & Programme Coordination, Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources, Rwanda Fokko Wientjes Vice President, Corporate Sustainability & Public Private Partnerships, DSM Yang Yuexin President, Chinese Nutrition Society, and Director of the Department of Food and Nutrition Assessment, National Institute of Nutrition and Food Safety for China Center for Disease Control
  11. 11. A world free of hunger and undernutrition is within reach— together, we will achieve it For more information, contact Shenggen Fan, Director General, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), s.fan@cgiar.org Rajul Pandya-Lorch, Chief of Staff and Head of 2020 Vision Initiative, IFPRI, r.pandya-lorch@cgiar.org Teunis van Rheenen Head of Partnerships and Business Development, IFPRI, t.vanrheenen@cgiar.org

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