The world has changed since Food for Peace (FFP) last went through a comprehensive strategic planning process.
- There are new and still emerging policy changes that affect the design and implementation of emergency and development food assistance programs, including food aid reform efforts, and the use of local and regional procurement and cash programming.
- There is new evidence, and the emergence of new practices that promise greater effectiveness in our work, including FFP's efforts around food aid quality, or the rise of now-established practices such as community-based management of acute malnutrition.
- There is greater recognition of global challenges that threaten progress in our work such as climate change and conflict, as well as the promise and value of cross-cutting approaches such as gender integration and resilience.
What do you think are the key emerging issues FFP should be sure to address in their strategic planning process?