Using foresight and scenario analysis for food systems change

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Foresight4Food provides a mechanism for better analysis and synthesis of key trends and possible futures in global food systems to support more informed and strategic dialogue between the private sector, government, science and civil society.

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'Urgent need to foster nutrition-resilient communities' message from Global Foresight4Food Workshop
4th Global Foresight4Food workshop brought together foresight practitioners, users, researchers, and food systems experts from across the globe for stronger collaboration and to identify opportunities for enhancing the use of foresight in food systems transformation initiatives, deepen the understanding of effective foresight approaches, methods, and tools...
Exploring common vision for future of Lake Turkana food system, a multi-stakeholder workshop in Marsabit
Together with the World Food Programme and the World Food Programme Innovation team, The FoSTr team held a highly interactive and productive three-day workshop to support the co-creation of the new ‘Sustainably Unlocking the Economic Potential of Lake Turkana’ programme.
FoSTr held workshop with Nakuru's food systems stakeholders
A follow-up to the FoSTr Nakuru Roundtable held in Nov 2023, the Foresight4Food FoSTr team headed to Nakuru once again to facilitate a scenario development workshop with the county's food system stakeholders.

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A Start to the Foresight Process - Mapping the Food System of Jordan, Uganda, Kenya, Bangladesh and Niger
The Foresight4Food team in collaboration with our facilitators and research partners in each focus country, created comprehensive food systems reports mapping the dynamics, trends, drivers, and activities within the food system.
The Complexity of Global Drivers of Food System Transformation 
The global food system needs to be transformed. It needs to deliver better health and improved livelihoods while protecting the environment and minimizing negative social impacts. However, there are many interconnected factors playing a role. Food Systems are complex adaptive systems which require a deep analysis of their various driving forces and dynamics.
“I aim to reflect with community of practitioners and find avenues to collaborate” – shares Dr Rathana on F4F Global Workshop
Dr. Rathana Peou Norbert-Munns, Sustainable Development, Agrifood System Policies and Climate Foresight Planning Specialist at FAO and a valuable member of the Foresight4Food steering group to share some thoughts and her expectations from the workshop.

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