The Resilient Food Systems projects have a wide array of contextually-specific activities underway in each of the countries. These activities can be broadly grouped under key themes.
Explore the topics below to learn more about how each theme is being integrated into the innovative, multisectoral approaches adopted by the RFS country project teams.
Planting and integrating trees into agricultural systems in order to preserve productive ecosystems and adapt to climate change.
Adopting gender-responsive approaches to support equal access to productive resource and services, employment, and decision-making processes.
Planning, developing, and managing water resources, in terms of both water quantity and quality, across all water uses.
Opening up spaces for reflection and discussion, generating new knowledge and ideas, and sharing key messages to both internal and external audiences.
Tracking the programme's impacts on ecosystem services and food security resilience to assess progress and enable informed decision-making.
Designing and implementing training and agriculture extension support that enable farmers to learn, share experiences, and develop the skills they needed to adopt new technologies and approaches.
Connecting policy with science by bringing together the right stakeholders, analysing and facilitating dialogue to strengthen institutional frameworks; as well as bridging the gap between agricultural and environmental agendas.
Managing the sustainable use of soils, water, animals and plants for healthy communities and ecosystems.