Delve into the core focus areas of the Hub's Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC), comprised of eminent scientists from around the world committed to leveraging credible, evidence-based solutions for advancing sustainable food systems. The SAC plays a vital role in advising both the Hub and the countries we support, addressing systemic challenges through four priority thematic areas and offering actionable strategies for sustainable food systems.
The UN Food Systems Coordination Hub facilitates and participates in a number of multilateral dialogues, conferences and events, covering a wide range of food systems-related topics. We bring together decision-makers, experts, stakeholders and other partners to discuss the most pressing issues related to food systems so that together, we can drive global progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.
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Uniting Food Systems National Convenors and other experts from across the Arab region to assess transformative progress in food systems.
Food for Thought: Unpacking UNFSS+2 Outcomes in the Arab Region and Charting the Action Plan for Resilient Food Systems Transformations
Special Session at the Arab Forum for Sustainable Development (AFSD).
Synthesis Report of the Regional Preparatory Meetings for the UN Food Systems Summit +2 Stocktaking Moment
In preparation for the UNFSS+2, the UN Food Systems Coordination Hub, in collaboration with the UN Regional Commissions and other regional partners,...
A compendium of key information on the coalitions that emerged from the Food Systems Summit.
Information on the structure and purpose of food systems coalitions, how they operate and how they are supporting food systems transformation.
This report presents the results of the Country Needs Survey conducted by the Hub in February 2022 to allow national governments to express their priority...
The Biennial Work Plan provides strategic direction for the Hub, setting out the proposed activities, deliverables, and result matrix of the Hub’s six...