Policy paper

The New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition: Senegal Cooperation Framework

The framework sets out how G8 countries, the Senegal government and the private sector will work together to invest in agriculture and help end hunger.

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The Government of Senegal, the G8 members and other technical and financial partners and the private sector are thus committed to the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition (NAFSN), launched at the G8 summit in 2012 to strengthen the global commitment to food security and nutrition.

NAFSN’s activities basically aim to attract and mobilize national and international private investment to stimulate and support sustainable development of the agricultural sector. It is within this framework that the Government of Senegal, the G8 members and other technical and financial partners and the private sector have decided to work together, in a concerted and mutually beneficial fashion, toward greater mobilization of private investment in agricultural development and food and nutrition security in Senegal, and strong encouragement of innovation to obtain the desired sustainable results.

Published 2 December 2013