Innovation Africa. Enhancing Policy Engagement through Local Food Security Plans. Innovation Africa. Develop local food security plans that are based on a multi-stakeholder situational analysis and the evidence of local innovations through an inclusive participatory processes.
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Enhancing Policy Engagement through
Local Food Security Plans
Develop local food security plans that are based on a multi-stakeholder situational analysis and the evidence of local innovations through an inclusive participatory processes.
In food insecure districts:
Malawi, Tanzania and Zambia
Burkina Faso and Niger
Training on Farmer Innovation and Food Security strategies at household level
Study on local and national Food Security Policies and Strategies
Training on Farmer-led Documentation (FLD)
FLD documentation of farmer FS strategies
Local Food Security Plan
Training on basic concepts of Food Security and Local Food Security Planning (LFSP)
Multi-stakeholder planning process for Food Security
Training on Policy aspects and Lobbying (by ODI)
Study on Lobbying for Food Security
Innovation Africa: programme overview
Capacities needed for local development planning
Goal: policy influencing at provincial and national levels
Food Insecurity and Early Warning Systems
National policies and programmes
Local Food Systems and Farmer Innovations
Part of district development process
Based on local innovations and initiatives
Make district actors together owner of the activities enhancing food security
Develop policy influencing plans for provincial and national levels
What contribution can Local Food Security Plans make to the development of local /regional food systems?
How can local/ regional food systems bring together rural producers and urban consumers?
How do (inter) national policies interventions relate to local innovations and initiatives?