Commitment 1 Prove that the new global governance of agriculture, food security and nutrition can better address the four dimensions of food security (availability, accessibility, quality and stability) and better respond to the major challenges of climate change, volatile agricultural and food prices, and land management.
Commitment 2 Complete the reform of global governance of agriculture, food security and nutrition particularly through better coordination of the FAO Committee on World Food Security, the Standing Committee on Nutrition, the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research and the Food Aid Committee.
Commitment 3 Ensure coherence among policies that impact agriculture, food security and nutrition in all forums in which such policies are discussed, especially when it comes to agriculture, livestock, development, employment, environment, energy, infrastructures, training, education, human and animal health, trade and research.
Commitment 4 Support the development of independent and multidisciplinary expertise to give insight into political choices on strategic guidelines in the areas of agriculture, food security and nutrition.
Commitment 5 Mobilize research and expertise through France’s research hubs and international cooperation, to promote environmentally-friendly intensive farming and ﬁght food insecurity and malnutrition.
Commitment 6 Ensure the delivery of budgetary pledges announced under the L’Aquila Food Security Initiative (€1.5 billion over 2009-2011 for France).
Commitment 7 Increase the coherence and coordination of actions to further develop agriculture, food security and nutrition, by supporting strategies and policies implemented in the countries and regions concerned.
Commitment 8 Promote innovative ﬁnancing mechanisms to support agriculture, food security and nutrition, in order to develop new forms of solidarity and opti- mize leverage on private investment.
Updated in December 2010