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Independent Food Systems Summit Dialogues: Pathways for the Future of Sustainable Food Systems in the Mediterranean - Dialogue 2

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    Independent Food Systems Summit Dialogues: Pathways for the future of sustainable food systems in the Mediterranean - Way forward for regional collaboration
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    The Sustainable Food Systems in the Mediterranean (SFS-MED) dialogues bring together key partners in the Mediterranean region and are contributing to the inception of a multi-stakeholder initiative for SFS in the Mediterranean region.
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    Pathways for the future of Sustainable Food Systems in the Mediterranean.
    Independent Food Systems Summit Dialogues convened by FAO, CIHEAM, UfMS, One Planet Network’s Sustainable Food Systems Programme and PRIMA Foundation
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    This note illustrates the concept behind the two Independent Food Systems Summit Dialogues co-organized by FAO, CIHEAM, UfMS, One Planet Network SFS Programme and PRIMA Foundation that will take place on 27 April and 3 June 2021. In line with the Summit's vision, principles and Action Tracks, these two events aim at highlighting collaborative and science-based pathways leading to the transformation of food systems in the Mediterranean towards the achievement of the SDGs. These dialogues foresee the active involvement and engagement of a wide diversity of stakeholders, coming together to jointly identify concrete and cross-cutting solutions to face Mediterranean-specific challenges by means of a Sustainable Food Systems silos-breaking approach. The two Dialogues are co-organized within the framework of the FAO/CIHEAM/UfMS MoU, the FAO/PRIMA MoU, and project GCP/INT/748/ITA. They will contribute to promoting food systems transformation in the Mediterranean, in line with the "4 Betters" of the new strategic framework of FAO. These dialogues are bringing together key partners in the Mediterranean region and are foreseen to set the stage for the inception of a multi-stakeholder initiative for SFS in the Mediterranean co-led by FAO, CIHEAM and UfM.
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    A multi-stakeholder initiative for Sustainable Food Systems in the Mediterranean (Jordan) مبادرة أصحاب المصلحة المتعددين للنظم الغذائية المستدامة في منطقة البحر الأبيض المتوسط (الأردن) 2023
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    The reader will be able to know more about this initiative in Jordan, where its ultimate goal is to improve food security, incomes and nutritional status of the population, as well as environmental sustainability in the Mediterranean countries, through the development of more inclusive, efficient and sustainable food systems. In doing so, the project aims at developing a global systemic SFS approach, which could be replicated and have similar impacts in other countries/regions. the project will deliver a joint framework developed, built on context-specific solutions hinged on science, knowledge and experience, and innovative pathways for the shift towards sustainable food systems, improve evidence and knowledge base of the dimensions of food systems’ sustainability across the Mediterranean, and develop investment proposals and financial options. FAO has strategically partnered with the International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies and Union for the Mediterranean for a tripartite collaboration that brings together and capitalizes on each organization’s mandate (scientific, technical, political), and comparative advantages, reflecting the holistic dimension of sustainability. The initiative has also been selected as an affiliated project of the One Planet Network’s Sustainable Food Systems Programme, a multi-stakeholder partnership comprising more than 170 members, united to implement the 10-Year Framework of Programmes on Sustainable Consumption and Production, with the goal to accelerate the shift towards more sustainable food systems. سيتمكن القارئ من معرفة المزيد عن هذه المبادرة في الأردن، حيث هدفها النهائي هو تحسين الأمن الغذائي والدخل والحالة التغذوية للسكان، فضلا عن الاستدامة البيئية في دول البحر الأبيض المتوسط، من خلال تطوير أنظمة أكثر شمولا وكفاءة. والنظم الغذائية المستدامة. ومن خلال القيام بذلك، يهدف المشروع إلى تطوير نهج نظامي عالمي للأمن الغذائي، والذي يمكن تكراره ويكون له تأثيرات مماثلة في بلدان/مناطق أخرى. سيقدم المشروع إطارًا مشتركًا تم تطويره، مبنيًا على حلول محددة السياق تعتمد على العلم والمعرفة والخبرة، ومسارات مبتكرة للتحول نحو النظم الغذائية المستدامة، وتحسين الأدلة وقاعدة المعرفة لأبعاد استدامة النظم الغذائية عبر البحر الأبيض المتوسط. ووضع المقترحات الاستثمارية والخيارات المالية. أقامت الفاو شراكة استراتيجية مع المركز الدولي للدراسات الزراعية المتقدمة في منطقة البحر الأبيض المتوسط والاتحاد من أجل المتوسط من أجل تعاون ثلاثي يجمع ويستفيد من ولاية كل منظمة (العلمية والتقنية والسياسية)، والمزايا النسبية، مما يعكس البعد الشامل للاستدامة. كما تم اختيار المبادرة كمشروع تابع لبرنامج النظم الغذائية المستدامة، وهي شراكة متعددة أصحاب المصلحة تضم أكثر من 170 عضوًا، متحدين لتنفيذ إطار العمل العشري للبرامج المتعلقة بالاستهلاك والإنتاج المستدامين، بهدف لتسريع التحول نحو نظم غذائية أكثر استدامة.

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