Country level roundtable discussions will take place in two Compact2025 focal countries – Rwanda and Ethiopia – in March 2016.
During the 2016 World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, IFPRI hosted a side event on “Supporting Global and National Food and Nutrition Initiatives with Knowledge, Innovation, and Partnerships.”
Since the formal launch in November 2015, Compact2025 has made considerable progress. Read more in the first Compact2025 newsflash.
Compact2025 provides evidence-based knowledge and information to support countries and other initiatives so that the decisions made will lead to accelerated progress to end hunger and undernutrition.
A number of countries have succeeded in reducing hunger and undernutrition rapidly over the past decade. To help others accelerate the pace toward the goal, Compact2025 facilitates knowledge transfer to focal countries from the experiences of these “learning countries.” According to IFPRI Director General Shenggen Fan, learning countries can provide not only knowledge and best […]