GLOBAL FOOD SECURITY CLUSTER: A snapshot of 2015-2016 results
|Post date||Tuesday, 7 March, 2017 - 12:27|
2016 marks the end of the Strategic Plan 2015-2017 and we would like to take this occasion to thank our cluster coordinators, information management officers, partners, associates and donors for their commitment to the global Food Security Cluster´s work over the past two years. The infographic provides a snapshot of the global Food Security Cluster`s achievements during the implementation process of the gFSC Strategic Plan 2015-2016. It presents the highlights achieved under the six strategic results that are: Strengthened national clusters´ capacity; information management; operational and surge support; advocacy, communication and resource mobilization; partnerships; and learning and knowledge management.
Currently, the global Food Security Cluster interacts with and provides support and guidance to 44 countries with active Food Security Clusters or related coordination structures. The Global Support Team puts a special focus on the four system-wide Level 3 emergencies: Iraq, South Sudan, Syria and Yemen. On average, a L3 country cluster provides a coordination platform to 57 NGOs and UN agencies in order to assist 4.5 million people with food and cash assistance and livelihoods interventions. In total, it serves as a platform for over 3,000 partners at country level in all humanitarian contexts worldwide.