The multi-sectoral nature of FNC’s work means that the organisation belongs to and organises its work around several international, regional and local forums relating to food and nutrition security. Below are brief descriptions of and links to FNC’s multi-stakeholder network:
The Scaling Up Nutrition Movement is a renewed effort to eliminate all forms of malnutrition, based on the principle that everyone has a right to food and good nutrition. SUN is unique in that it unites numerous stakeholders – government, civil society and academia, the United Nations, donors, businesses, scientists – in a collective action to improve nutrition globally.
Read more on the SUN Global Website
Africa’s policy framework for agricultural transformation, wealth creation, food security & nutrition, economic growth and prosperity for all.
Read more on the CAADP Website
Spearheaded critical improvements in vulnerability analysis and food security at both regional and country levels, with the aim of reducing poverty and vulnerability. The programme has builds understanding and informs short-term and long-term interventions for chronic poverty, food insecurity and livelihood vulnerability, based on accurate data in the SADC region.
Read more on the SADC RVAC Website
Locally, a network of committees dedicated to the food and nutrition security agenda. This network stretches from Cabinet level right through other national, provincial, district and ward level multi-stakeholder platforms. As demonstrated in the chart below, all committees feed into existing government administration sub-national structures such as Development Committees Please click on each element of the chart to find out more.
To promote a multi-sectoral response to food and nutrition insecurity problems and ensure that every Zimbabwean is free from hunger and malnutrition.