The Food Security Cluster
The Food Security Cluster is about enhancing cooperation and partnerships. The FSC works directly with its partners and stakeholders that include international NGOs, the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, other cluster lead agencies, UN organizations, Governments and Donors. Read More
The semi-annual Meeting of global Food Security Partners is organised to strengthen the linkages between Global Partners by jointly reviewing common issues faced in food security coordination. The next meeting is scheduled to take place from 2-3 December 2015 at the World Food Programme HQ in Rome, Italy. During the meeting, participants will hear from several key food security experts and agencies, provide valuable contributions to shape future direction and solutions for the gFSC and exchange valuable information on partner activities and programmes.Read More
The gFSC global dashboard provides a quick snapshot of the country-level Food Security Clusters around the world. The updated dasboard shows that as of October 2015, the country-level Food Security Clusters remain only at 52 percent funded against their yearly requirementsRead More
Technology & Innovation Working Group of the global Food Security Cluster is mapping technologies and innovations potentially of interest for actors dealing with food security in different contexts.
This task aims to capture knowledge and experience from different sources to provide an overview of the technologies and innovations used for humanitarian aid and development in the food security sector.Read More
The biannual meeting of global Food Security Cluster Partners was held on 13-14 May 2015 at the headquarters of the Food and Agriculture Organization in Rome Italy. The purpose of the meeting was to:Read More
The first-ever Food Security Country Cluster Coordinator Retreat was organised in Rome on 28-30 July 2015.
The event brought together 28 coordinators, NGO co-coordinators and regional bureaux focal points as well as three global Food Security Cluster partners, representing the gFSC Working Groups. Over the two and half days, participants shared experiences on challenges and good practices, which were documented and will form the base of recommendations for future action of the Food Security Cluster at global, regional and country levels.Read More