Meeting Food Security Goals with Good Policy - Medan
The MFSG-GP project aims at developing the capability of policy makers in the APEC region to adopt evidence-based policy measures on food security in a non-distortionary manner.
The project involves collaborative effort of researchers from universities, government agencies and regional institutions in the APEC region including China, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Chinese Taipei, Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand to achieve the project’s goals including collecting information on policy measures available and their current application to food security and greater capacity to use and analyse information in policy development.
The MFSG-GP project is led by Professor Christopher Findlay (The University of Adelaide) and funded by AusAID through the Public Sector Linkage Program (PSLP). Global Food Studies activities focus on providing knowledge support on value chain analysis and agricultural policy analysis as well as disseminating project outcomes.
Project partners include:
- Bogor Agricultural University
- Agriculture Technical Cooperation Working Group (ATCWG)
- Policy Partnerships on Food Security (PPFS)
- International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)