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Cambridge Global Food Security

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge


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The Food Systems Handbook is an open-source, independent, and community-run project. It arose to collate, analyse, and categorise resources on the current global food crisis, providing an easy-to-use database to aid decision-makers across the policy, academic, humanitarian, and development sectors. They primarily collect case studies of best practice within food security interventions, focusing on the most pressing food security issues at any given time.

The Handbook’s network is global, and spans across dozens of NGOs (Mercycorp, Oxfam, Norwegian Refugee Council, Alliance to Feed the Earth in Disasters, etc.), governments (DEFRA, USAID, etc.), the private sector (Bayer, Calysta, etc.), and multilaterals (the African Union, UNFAO, WFP, etc.).

Former Nonresident Fellow, Atlantic Council

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