SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS PROGRAMME OF THE 10-YEAR FRAMEWORK OF PROGRAMMES ON SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION (10YFP) - Serving People & the Environment

Starting from July 2018, ICENECDEV is proud to have become formally a partner of the “10YFP” Sustainable Food Systems (SFS) Programme. This means that ICENECDEV has the opportunity to participate in SFS Programme activities, team up with other organizations for action on the ground and developing innovative projects at scale; contribute to the strategic work in the areas of the Programme;

10YFP Programme
The 10-Year Framework of Programmes on Sustainable Consumption and Production Patterns (10YFP), adopted at Rio+20 by the world’s Heads of State, is a global framework for action to enhance international cooperation and advance the implementation of SCP in all countries and regions. It has been designed to catalyze collective impact through multi-stakeholder programmes and partnerships, the development, scaling up and replication of SCP policies and initiatives at all levels.

10YFP SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS PROGRAMME

The 10YFP Sustainable Food Systems Programme (SFS Programme) is a global multi-stakeholder initiative to accelerate the shift towards more sustainable food systems, all along the food value chain, from farm to fork. Among its focus themes are the promotion of sustainable diets; the reduction of food losses and waste; and strengthening resilient and diverse food production systems. The SFS Programme promotes activities that fall under these topics, in the areas of awareness raising, capacity development as well as facilitating access to knowledge, information and tools. The SFS Programme is one of six initiatives of the 10YFP.

Implementation methodologies
The Programme brings together existing initiatives and partnerships working in related areas, highlighting good practices and success stories, and builds synergies as well as cooperation among stakeholders to leverage resources towards mutual objectives and minimize duplication of ongoing efforts. The Work Areas of the SFS Programme are:- Raising awareness on the need to adopt SCP patterns in food systems- Building enabling environments for sustainable food systems- Increasing the access to and fostering the application of actionable knowledge, information and tools to mainstream SCP in food systems- Strengthening collaboration among food system stakeholders to increase the sector’s SCP performanceWith the following focus themes:- Sustainable diets (addressing together sustainability, food security and nutrition by linking consumption and production with food and nutrient requirements);- Sustainability along all food value chains;- Reduction of food losses and waste;- Local, national, regional multi-stakeholder platforms for the shift towards more sustainable food systems; and- Resilient, inclusive, diverse food production systems to enhance their sustainability.The Programme members develop and implement projects and joint initiatives within the above Work Areas and focus themes, at global, regional, national and local level.

Coordination mechanisms/governance structure
South Africa, Switzerland, WWF and Hivos are the Co-Leads of the SFS Programme, supported by a 23 member Multi-stakeholder Advisory Committee (MAC). Furthermore, the Programme currently has more than 70 partners worldwide.

Partner(s)
Co-Lead organizations: Switzerland, South Africa, WWF, Hivos Members of the Multi-stakeholder Advisory Committee: Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, France, Honduras, Netherlands, United States, Biovision Foundation, IISD, IFOAM - Organics International, Global Nature Fund, German Development Institute, Hebrew University, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, ENEA, CIHEAM, FAO, UNEP, UNSCN, Barilla, FoodDrinkEurope, Nestlé, Smaackmakers Programme Partners: 72 from all UN regions.

Co-Lead organizations: Switzerland, South Africa, WWF, Hivos Members of the Multi-stakeholder Advisory Committee: Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, France, Honduras, Netherlands, United States, Biovision Foundation, IISD, IFOAM - Organics International, Global Nature Fund, German Development Institute, Hebrew University, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, ENEA, CIHEAM, FAO, UNEP, UNSCN, Barilla, FoodDrinkEurope, Nestlé, Smaackmakers Programme Partners: 72 from all UN regions.

For more information see www.unep.org/10yfp

 

Women Farmers Literacy Center


The project involve the building of hall of two floor of 8 squares metres at lower Bokova Village (mile15) to be used as a community hall for training on agricultural literacy and Community library. The goal of the project is to promote agricultural literacy and improve sustainable livelihood among 2,000 women farmers in village communities in Buea South West Region, Cameroon.

ADDRESS

  • Address: P.O Box 641 Lower Bokova, Mile 15. Buea South West Region,Cameroon
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ABOUT US

ICENECDEV is building a global grassroots to raise environmental awareness, promoting education and supporting community development programs by sharing practical ways in which people are addressing environmental conservation issues

PROGRAMMES

Each year ICENECDEV promote environmental conservation education in schools, prisons and local communities in Cameroon by establishing environmental clubs liaison with school administration in primary and secondary schools in Cameroon.

FOR DONATION

  • Name of Bank: Ecobank Cameroon
  • Account Name: ICENECDEV
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