CFS 2015 Private Sector Engagement

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The IAFN prepared a set of guidelines and tips that can help PSM members to design a side event that can be approved and successful. 

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Provisional Timetable for the 42 UN Committee on World Food Security (October 12-16, Rome, Italy).

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Annotated Agenda for CFS 42: Plenary of the UN Committee on World Food Security

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The meeting brought together over 140 delegates, including Ambassadors, CEOs, NGO representatives, and leaders from the Rome-based agencies and the World Bank. The theme of the dinner was “Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals and Partnerships for Implementation”.

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PSM Key Messages for Talent Development, Connecting Smallholders to Markets, Water for Food Security and Nutrition, Nutrition, Responsible Agricultural Investment, Responsible Agricultural Investment Implementation (RAI), Farmers role in CFS, Advisory Group Composition, Private Sector Strategy of FAO, CFS Reform, Increasing the efficiency of CFS negotiations, Convening and Mobilizing. 

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Statement by June Arnold,  the Grain and Feed Trade Association, on national multi‐ stakeholder approaches and experiences to improve nutrition

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on  October 14, 2015, Cargill, FAO, and IFAD hsoted a side-event discussing how the public and private sectors can work together to address honoring comparative trust-based trade to support food security and nutrition. The discussions focused on how collaboration between stakeholders is  key to finding solutions to hunger; ensuring safe, nutritious and affordable food for all. The panelists provided insight into how farmers can be better supported to plant the best crops for their growing conditions and then trade the surpluses whilst ensuring their own household food security and nutrition.

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Statement by Barrie Bain, on behalf of the PSM on the Global Strategic Framework for Food Security and Nutrition CFS 42

 

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Statement by Clyde Graham, Fertilizers Canada, on The Multi Year Programme of Work

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Statement by John Young Simpson, Duxton Asset Management, on behalf of the PSM on Food Security and nutrition in the Post 2015 Development Agenda: Goals, Action and Outcomes (13 October 2015).

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Statement by Dr. Klaus Kraemer, Managing Director Sight and Life, on behalf of the PSM on Food Security and nutrition in the Post 2015 Development Agenda: Goals, Action and Outcomes (13 October 2015).

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Statement by Marc Van Ameringen, Executive Director, GAIN, on behalf of the PSM on Food Security and nutrition in the Post 2015 Development Agenda: Goals, Action and Outcomes (13 October 2015).

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Statement by David Crean, Mars Inc., on behalf of the PSM on how partnerships can enhance regional food supply systems, CFS 42.

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Statement by Olga Speckhardt, Syngenta Foundation, on behalf of the PSM on how to enhance regional food supply systems and processes to improve nutrition, CFS 42.

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Statement by Alexandra Silfverstolpe, Data Act Lab, on national multi‐ stakeholder approaches and experiences to improve nutrition

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Statement by Cindy Brown, Chippewa Valley Bean, on national multi‐ stakeholder approaches and experiences to improve nutrition

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Statement by Gregory Miller, Global Dairy Platform, on national multi‐ stakeholder approaches and experiences to improve nutrition

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On October 14, 2015, Mars, Inc., the Republic of Liberia, Partnership for Aflatoxin Control in Africa, and the Republic of Ghana hosted a side event focused on Multi-Sector Partnerships as drivers of Food Safety solutions that can increase food availability, improve health and enhance economic status. Panelists discussed  food safety, the impacts of food contamination on food security, and possible solutions. 

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Statement by Dr. Abdulrahman Jawahery, GPIC, on behalf of the PSM on the Agenda for Action on Food Insecurity in Protracted Crises, CFS 42

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Statement by Katarina Ericksson, Tetra Pak, on behalf of the PSM on the Agenda for Action on Food Insecurity in Protracted Crises, CFS 42

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