About FSC

Cash transfer is increasingly being used to address food security gaps during emergency and recovery contexts. Many of the global Food Security Cluster member partners are using cash transfer modality in recent emergencies and hence there is a need for the Food Security Cluster to look at ways to establish...
The purpose of the gFSC Food Security and Livelihoods in Urban Settings Working Group is to promote better coordination and implementation of good practices in urban humanitarian food security responses. GST focal point: Marina Angeloni marina.angeloni@wfp.org
The purpose of the gFSC Inter-Cluster Nutrition Working Group is to provide technical direction to in-country Food Security Clusters on nutrition-sensitive programming throughout the Humanitarian Programme Cycle . The ICNWG is jointly organsied with the Global Nutrition Cluster . For more information on food security and nutrition interlinkages, visit the...
The Preparedness and Resilience Working Group (PRWG) aims to guide and support in-country Food Security Cluster on necessary preparedness and resilience-building activities through the Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC). Preparedness as well as contingency planning and capacity stremgthening are core functions of a cluster, in situations where there is a high...
For the global Food Security Cluster (gFSC), programme quality is the process of ensuring that humanitarian response integrates standards, indicators and cross cutting issues throughout the project cycle to ensure that the services provided have the ultimate goal of (an) increased (positive) impact for all vulnerable human beings within the...
The global Food Security Cluster (gFSC) Technology and Innovation Task Team was initially a reference group for new, current and emerging technologies and innovations for the Food Security Cluster. Following the Global Partners Meeting in November 2016,it has been integrated into the Programme Quality Working Group. GST focal point: Eleonora...