Global Network against Food Crises
Global Network Against Food Crises

Founding Year: 2016



Senior Steering Group (SSG)

An alliance of “humanitarian and development actors united by the commitment to tackle the root causes of food crises by promoting sustainable solutions through shared analysis and knowledge, strengthened coordination in evidence-based responses and collective efforts across the Humanitarian, Development and Peace nexus.” Strives to “prepare for and respond to food crises, and ultimately contribute to longer-term recovery, development and resilience-building efforts.”



Global Network Against Food Crises contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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