Using foresight and scenario analysis for food systems change

Exploring the future for better decisions today

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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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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.
FoSTr team presents the findings of the Uganda food system analysis with stakeholders
Following up with the 'Future of Food in Uganda' workshop, Foresight4Food FoSTr team held a second foresight workshop involving various stakeholders engaged in the Ugandan food system.

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4th Global Foresgiht4Food Workshop - What to Look Forward To
Foresight4Food is organizing its 4th Global Workshop in June titled “Reframing Food Futures: Making Foresight Transformative”. To raise the tip of the curtain on this exciting event, we have asked Mohammad Monirul Hassan, F4F country facilitator and GAIN advisor, to share some of his thoughts and expectations.
The Turkana-Marsabit Scenarios: co-creating and exploring future of the Lake Turkana food system
In Marsabit, stakeholders from around the Turkana Lake, including fishers, traders, service providers, county government technical officers, and non-governmental organizations, came together to analyze the context and co-create future scenarios and intervention areas for a new WFP and UNESCO programme, funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Observations on Young African Leaders Workshop on Foresight for Food Systems Change
Last month I had the wonderful experience of engaging with over fifty young leaders from across Africa, joined by colleagues from Bangladesh, Nepal, and Jordan. We had all gathered in Naivasha, Kenya

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