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.
Learning countries offer tested approaches to accelerate progress
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 […]
Guiding a course to accelerate progress
Following the formal launch of Compact2025, the Leadership Council held its first meeting to provide strategic guidance toward realizing the vision of the initiative in its four focal countries. Leaders from each focal country made clear that there is strong commitment back home to end hunger and undernutrition. They discussed how Compact2025 can support them […]
How Compact2025 will work: Advice from the TAC
The Compact2025 Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) held its first meeting just after the formal launch of the initiative. Experts came together from the public and private sectors, civil society, and academia, and from various fields, including agriculture, nutrition, and health. They discussed how Compact2025 can make the most effective and efficient impacts in focal countries […]
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