Comment 10 milliards d'USD peuvent transformer les systèmes alimentaires en Éthiopie, au Malawi et au Nigéria : Lancement du rapport
A new study finds that sustainable food system transformation can be achieved in the next decade in Ethiopia, Malawi, and Nigeria by increasing public investment by US$10 billion per year (on average from 2023 to 2030) and implementing a more effective portfolio of interventions that achieve multiple outcomes.
In an ambitious effort, researchers from IFPRI and IISD, engaged closely with the government, donors, and stakeholders in each country, synthesized the evidence, and then applied sophisticated macro- and microeconomic modeling techniques to identify pathways to provide affordable and healthy diets to all people in an environmentally sustainable way.
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- Sean Woolfrey, Senior Advisor & Research Coordinator, International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
Presentation of the report: Evidence-based and costed deep dives for achieving sustainable food systems
- Alan de Brauw, Senior Research Fellow, IFPRI
- Livia Bizikova, Lead II, Monitoring and Governance, Tracking Progress program, International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
- Francine Picard, Co-Founder and Director of Partnerships, Shamba Centre for Food and Climate
- Carin Smaller, Co-Founder, Executive Director, Shamba Centre for Food and Climate
Reactions: From evidence to action
- Willem Olthof, Deputy Head of Unit, DG INTPA, European Commission
- Doshanie Kadokera, Economist, Malawi
- Kathrin Weny, Senior Policy Officer, Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
- Valeria Piñeiro, Acting Head of the Latin American region & Senior Research Coordinator, IFPRI