Impact Coalitions

Netherlands Food Partnership identifies and supports Collective Impact Coalitions that have transformative plans which contribute to improved food security, healthy diets and sustainable agriculture.

Collective Impact Coalitions bring together government, business, civil society and research actors from different sectors. Jointly all stakeholders aim solving one or multiple problems that go beyond implementing a cross-sector or multi-stakeholder initiative.

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Potato sector development

Dutch stakeholders have jointly developed a position paper on the sustainable transformation of the potato sector in developing countries and emerging economies. This paper is meant to serve as a guideline for the development of new programmes and investments and foster collaboration between the relevant parties.
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Soil Fertility Coalition

A group of Dutch soil experts with different backgrounds - development organisations, private sector and research - has started a collaborative effort in view of generating more synergy, implementation power, and more impact on the ground. This impact is expected to be in the domain of improved farming and food systems resilience.
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SeedNL

SeedNL enables powerful collaboration between relevant Dutch organisations and international partners to achieve urgent changes that contribute to SDG2 by 2030. SeedNL aims to strengthen the seed sector in developing countries, provide appropriate access to quality seeds for all farmers and increase productivity and farmer income.
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Netherlands East Africa Dairy Partnership

NEADAP is a partnership of Agriterra, SNV, Solidaridad and Wageningen UR promoting dairy development with a focus on East-Africa. Their approach is based on the position paper 'Dairy for nutrition, employment and sustainability'.
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Skills for Horticulture

The coalition 'Skills for Horticulture' is initiated by Rijk Zwaan and HAS and focusses on capacity building in the horticulture sector in Africa.
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Urban Food Environments

A diverse range of Dutch and Ghanaian stakeholders from public health campaigners to large food companies, informal market women, urban planners, sustainable fruit & vegetable producers and government regulators are joining forces to enable urban consumers to make healthier food choices.
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Youth and sustainable agriculture

To effectively realise a transition towards sustainable food systems with solid opportunities for Youth, there is a need for connections with the right actors, for the development of viable business models and increased attention for youth in research, policy and educational curricula. To realise this, Youth should be in the center of the discussion and action.