During a plenary session at the TOPS/FSN Network Knowledge Sharing Meeting in July 2014, Susan Bradley of Food for Peace (FFP) asked the food security implementers in the room for their thoughts on key questions regarding the updating of the FFP Strategic Plan. This is the second question in that series.
We welcome your thoughts and will be sharing your ideas directly with FFP. You can view the small group report out from the plenary session for this question by skipping to minute 37:50 for this recording.
Many of the organizations attending this event have helped to increase the amount of 202(e) available to “enhance” as well as establish programs. At the same time, some have voiced concern that additional cash-based programming will blur the lines between FFP programs and other development humanitarian programming.
What do you believe is FFP’s unique role in reducing hunger and poverty?