About

The Global Network Against Food Crises is an alliance of humanitarian and development actors united by the commitment to tackle the root causes of food crises and promote sustainable solutions through shared analysis and knowledge, strengthened coordination in evidence-based responses and collective efforts across the Humanitarian, Development and Peace (HDP) nexus.

How it works

Partners in the Global Network are committed to working together and achieving results in
three key areas at global, regional, and country levels:

Understanding food crises

Understanding food crises

by generating consensus and evidence-based food insecurity, resilience, and risk analyses, including monitoring, evaluation and learning.

Strategic investments in food security and nutrition

Strategic investments in food security and nutrition

by leveraging evidence-based, coherent and integrated strategic programming with country-level impact.

Going beyond food

Going beyond food

by fostering political uptake and seeking synergies and coordination with other clusters and sectors to address other dimensions driving the food security crisis scenarios.

Timeline of Key Achievements

 

Founding members: