Good food finance has a critical and underrepresented role in addressing the world’s most pressing challenges.
By joining the GFFN your organization, through the involvement of a senior level leader or a technical lead, can:
Join Catalyst Group(s),
Sign up for the GFFN mailing list here, and
Support the development of the co-investment platform.
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GFFN Members and Friends
GFFN Members and Friends
can join a GFFN catalyst group, working group or initiative. The groups bring together senior advisors and technical experts of public and private financing organizations to focus on identifying and implementing solutions to overcome barriers between food and finance with clear action plans and deliverables.
GFFN Members and Friends can benefit from peer-exchange and including their voice in the development of guidance, tools and recommendations to be publicly promoted through our GFFN partners. They are required to participate in a number of meetings and contribute to discussions and knowledge products.
We are looking for financial actors and organizations actively involved in financing food systems to come and join us. That includes traditional financial actors as well as public sector financing organizations, supply chain financial actors, and businesses.
We are looking for experts and partner organizations, such as our supporting partners Just Rural Transition, Farm2Fork FEAST initiative and others.
The aim is to drive sectoral action on the ground contributing to the identification of Actionable areas of innovation, the detailing of innovation pathways, and good-practice guidance toward addressing critical financial imperatives related to food systems transformation.
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The High-Ambition Group
The High Ambition Group
is a leadership initiative composed of public and private financial institutions, including C-suite participation of global environmental funds, banks, asset managers, and agribusinesses. Join the HAG to lead the change towards more sustainable food systems through setting and publicly committing to ambitious targets, putting a roadmap for implementation into place, and pioneering sustainable finance solutions.
The GFFN Community
consists of institutions or organizations whose interests and expertise align with the mission of the GFFN. The GFFN Community has the opportunity to engage through the Network and be invited to participate in Network meetings and activities as guests.
- Register to receive our newsletter and get involved here.
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- Check out our resources page for GFFN News, relevant reports and policy updates.
Support the development of the Co-Investment Platform
The Good Food Finance Network is working to create a Co-Investment Platform for Food Systems Transformation (CIP) across multilateral, public, private and philanthropic finance, to urgently crowd in and scale climate-smart investments into food systems.
- To get involved with the development of the CIP, contact firstname.lastname@example.org