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Capacity assessment and design meeting for training of trainers on sustainable healthy diets through food systems transformation in Viet Nam
Sunday, 2023/09/24 | 06:54:24

Figure: SHiFT’s partners propose a plan for the ToT program for sustainable healthy diets through food systems transformation on July 12–13, 2023. Photo by Thanh Duong/Alliance of Bioversity and CIAT.


CGIAR Sept 15 2023


The Alliance of Bioversity and CIAT (the Alliance) in collaboration with the Wageningen Center for Development Innovation (WCDI) from Wageningen University and Research (WUR) met with local partners in Viet Nam from July 11 to July 13, 2023, to design a new training of trainers (ToT) program. In the meeting, participants identified how the program can build a common understanding of what sustainable food systems for sustainable healthy diets means in the Viet Nam context. The ToT program will be developed to support the implementation of Viet Nam’s National Action Plan for Transparent, Responsible, and Sustainable Food Systems Transformation (2022–2030), also known as the Sustainable Food System NAP.


This capacity building program is part of the CGIAR Research Initiative on Sustainable Healthy Diets through Food Systems Transformation (SHiFT) and, specifically, Work Package 5 on Catalyzing Food Systems Transformation. Experts from the Alliance and WCDI are working closely with experts from the Vietnam Academy of Agricultural and Social Science (VAAS), National Institute of Nutrition (NIN), and Institute of Policy and Strategy for Agriculture and Rural Development (IPSARD) to design the ToT program. VAAS, NIN, and IPSARD are formally engaged in cooperative activities with SHiFT to strengthen stakeholder engagement in food systems transformation for sustainable healthy diets. They are known as SHiFT’s Strategic Partners in Viet Nam.


The meeting was divided into two parts. It began with a capacity assessment with SHiFT’s Strategic Partners and was followed by a two-day ToT design workshop with a wider group of partners.


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