Every five years the RUAF Global Partnership reviews its strategy. For the period 2018-2023, the RUAF Global Partnership supports and promotes knowledge exchanges between cities and towns on specific issues of sustainable food systems.
Driven by three principles, namely the universal right to food, sustainable and resilient cities, and multi-stakeholder engagement, the partnership aims to:
- Promote localised systems of production and consumption for more inclusive food systems
- Strengthen the resilience of urban food systems
- Strengthen the role of cities in food policy governance
RUAF projects and activities will contribute to increasing access to food, ensuring productive livelihoods and promoting resilient development, serving the advancement of the New Urban Agenda (NUA) as well as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)