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Recommendations Database

This database was developed by the GDPRD to collate and summarize recommendations from key international reports and meetings related to food systems and rural development.

Recommendations are collated from key global reports, to provide policy makers and researchers with easy access to both the reports and their conclusions. All recommendations or conclusions from these reports and meetings are allocated to one or more thematic areas (eg. gender, climate, resilience) for easy reference. Similar category recommendations are then grouped to form a clustered recommendation. Search by thematic areas, keywords or by report. The database does not link recommendations from academic journals. 

For best results, view this page on a computer or tablet for optimal usability. This is currently a BETA version so any feedback on functionality or content would be appreciated. To provide feedback or suggestions for additional reports to add, email us.

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We need to find ways of building resilience because we can’t afford, as a global community, a continued sort of humanitarian and emergency support. We try and catalyse our investments to influence policy to have an even greater impact on promoting sustainable food system transformation.

We need to find ways of building resilience because we can’t afford, as a global community, a continued sort of humanitarian and emergency support. We try and catalyse our investments to influence policy to have an even greater impact on promoting sustainable food system transformation.

The paradigm shift is really from seeing food systems as a system that produces food to one that is part of the Sustainable Development Goals. SDG 2 is not independent from the others and we need that holistic view.

The paradigm shift is really from seeing food systems as a system that produces food to one that is part of the Sustainable Development Goals. SDG 2 is not independent from the others and we need that holistic view.

We are now concentrated on solving the immediate crises, but there will be another crisis coming. It is important to maintain a long-term perspective and also deal with the root causes to hunger and malnutrition.

We are now concentrated on solving the immediate crises, but there will be another crisis coming. It is important to maintain a long-term perspective and also deal with the root causes to hunger and malnutrition.

The 50×2030 initiative and Ceres2030 report made valuable contributions to the UN Food Systems Summit, highlighting the critical importance of data and evidence based approaches to donor investments in food systems.

The 50×2030 initiative and Ceres2030 report made valuable contributions to the UN Food Systems Summit, highlighting the critical importance of data and evidence based approaches to donor investments in food systems.

Beyond the Food Systems Summit, looking at how donors are contributing towards food systems transformation and the SDGs will be one of the key focuses for the SDG2 Roadmap Working Group.

Beyond the Food Systems Summit, looking at how donors are contributing towards food systems transformation and the SDGs will be one of the key focuses for the SDG2 Roadmap Working Group.

The COVID crisis and the situation in Ukraine clearly shows why reaching the SDG on improvement of food security is even more important than ever. We need to work on SDG2 together for a viable and sustainable food system worldwide.

The COVID crisis and the situation in Ukraine clearly shows why reaching the SDG on improvement of food security is even more important than ever. We need to work on SDG2 together for a viable and sustainable food system worldwide.