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The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development sets ambitious goals of eradicating poverty,  End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture; Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts; Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels; and Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development.Inclusiveness for all is imperative in achieving with Intervention from Government and Private Sector leading to Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) in offering promising solution to bridge this financing gap and mobilize resources for sustainable development.

 

OBJECTIVES:Explore the role of Government in harnessing intervention funds/resources for Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) by championing the mobilization of Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) to  Eradicate poverty, End hunger,    – Promote food security as a vital component of inclusive societies and Inspire people to recognize food security as a fundamental aspect of sustainable development

SCOPE : This concept note will cover the following areas:

Harnessing Government Intervention and Public-Private Partnerships for Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security

Exploring the role of government and public-private partnerships in addressing the financing gap in agriculture and its impact on poverty eradication and food security

The Financing Gap in Agriculture and its Impact : Overview of the financing gap in agriculture, Impact on poverty eradication and food security

Template: “Eat what you Plant, Plant what you Eat” – promoting sustainable agriculture practices

Successful Private Sector Interventions in Agriculture

Examples of successful private sector interventions in agriculture

Mass interest initiatives for encouraging food security and ending hunger

Public-private collaborations in infrastructure development and technology integration

Leveraging Public-Private Partnerships for Innovative Financing

MechanismsStrategies for leveraging PPPs to address financing gaps in agriculture

Innovative financing mechanisms for private sector engagement

 Best practices for effective PPP collaborations

 

Expected Outcomes:

Comprehensive Understanding: Gain a thorough understanding of the concept and its potential to increase interest in sustainable agriculture practices (“Eat what you plant, plant what you eat”)

    – Identify effective strategies for promoting this concept and its impact on food security and poverty eradication

  1. Successful PPP Models and Best Practices:

    – Identify successful Public-Private Partnership (PPP) models in sustainable agriculture and food security

    – Document best practices for replication and scaling up in various contexts

  1. Addressing Challenges and Limitations:

    – Develop strategies to address the challenges and limitations of PPPs in achieving:

        – SDG 1 (No Poverty)

        – SDG 2 (Zero Hunger)

        – SDG 13 (Climate Action)

        – SDG 16 (Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions)

        – SDG 17 (Partnerships for the Goals)

 

Target Audience: Policymakers: Government officials, ministers, and advisors responsible for sustainable development, agriculture, and education policies

– Development Practitioners: Professionals working in international organizations, NGOs, and development agencies focused on sustainable development, poverty eradication, and education initiatives

– Private Sector Entities: Business leaders, investors, and corporate social responsibility managers from companies engaged in agriculture, food security, and sustainable development

– Other Stakeholders: Academics, researchers, civil society organizations, and individuals passionate about sustainable development, poverty eradication, and education

 

This target audience encompasses a range of stakeholders who play critical roles in shaping policies, programs, and initiatives that impact sustainable development, poverty eradication, and education. By engaging with this concept note, they can gain valuable insights and ideas for collaboration and action

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