C4N-NIPN at the 51st Committee on World Food Security

C4N-NIPN is pleased to share insights from the side-event co-hosted with EC-NIS and the 50x2030 initiative. The event, entitled ‘What it takes: from effective data generation to use to drive better policies and programmes in food security and nutrition’, took place at the 51st Committee on World Food Security.

Key takeaways from the event underscore the continuous nature of efforts to strengthen data capabilities. Additionally, prioritising data quality, adapting to different contexts, and collaborating with a broad range of sectoral departments is essential. Investing in sharing knowledge between countries and data initiatives is key. Furthermore, multisectoral platforms offer significant opportunities. Challenges include data rigor, effective communication with policymakers, using data for early crisis detection, and integrating data investment into national budgets. Ultimately, ‘what gets measured gets done’ highlights the pivotal role of data in driving action and progress.

The recording of the side event can be found HERE.

We use cookies. By continuing to use our site, you agree to this. Details and objection options can be found in our privacy policy.
Use of third party offers

In addition to technically necessary ‘session’ cookies, this website uses Matomo tracking as well as video hosting from Youtube.com and Vimeo.com.

When you choose to play a video, your browser establishes a connection to third-party providers’ servers, which may automatically transmit your IP address as well as information about your browser, operating systems, date/time and the address of our website to them.

Tracking cookie from Matomo

Matomo is used in a GDPR-compliant manner, as it only collects and processes data within this website. It is used for non-personal tracking of user interaction.