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Ceres2030

Ceres2030 is a novel partnership between academia, civil society, and economists, bringing together three institutions who share a common vision: a world without hunger, where small-scale producers enjoy greater agricultural incomes and productivity, in a way that supports sustainable food systems.

Our mission is to provide the donor community with a menu of policy options for directing their investments, backed by the best available evidence and economic models.

Ceres2030 brings together economic modelling, machine learning, and evidence-based synthesis into one initiative, helping fill a major knowledge gap in the field of agricultural and food policy. Ceres2030 connects this knowledge back to the donor community, making sure decision makers have the cost figures and evidence they need when deciding where and how to make their investments.

The partnership brings together Cornell University, the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD).

Funding support comes from Germany’s Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF).

Check out our Ceres2030 launch SNAPSHOT. which summarizes the body of research developed by Ceres2030.

Follow us on Twitter: @Ceres2030 #GoodFood4All

To find out more about Ceres2030 consortium's results and findings, click here.

Partners                             

BMZ - Minister Müller on world food: "A world without hunger is possible - we need a green agricultural revolution"

FAO - Donors must double investments to stamp out hunger       

Nature - Ending hunger: science must stop neglecting smallholder farmers           

Nature Asia - Agriculture: Evidence assessment of solutions to end hunger in a sustainable way 

Nature  Pandemic of hunger - COVID-19 is straining African food security, but also presents an opportunity for change          

Cornell Chronicle - Ceres2030 offers path to ending world hunger within decade

Cornell Chronicle - Cornell unites science and policy to end hunger           

Cornell CALS -[8 x research team articles]             

IFPRI -Ceres2030 research: Ending hunger sustainably by 2030 requires doubling assistance              

IISD - For an extra USD 14 billion per year, we can end hunger, double incomes for poorest farmers, and meet climate goals              

IISD - Sustainable Solutions to End Hunger Project Develops 10 Key Recommendations    

GAFSP - Global Agriculture and Food Security Program donors announce US$300 million to end hunger and malnutrition      

SDG2 Advocacy Hub - Activities w/c 12 October 

SDG2 Advocacy Hub - Donors must double investment to end hunger

Ohio State University - Ceres2030: Ending World Hunger              

 

 

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