ASEAN Sustainable Agrifood Systems: The Conclusion

ASEAN Sustainable Agrifood Systems (ASEAN SAS) has summarised its success during a period of 2014-2017 through the four collective principles to achieve the long-term food security that come from the concerted efforts of the ASEAN SAS partners including public and private sectors, education institutes and civil society organisations in the ASEAN Member States.

The four principles are composed of: multi-level policy linkages, multi-stakeholder and Public-Private Partnerships, farmer inclusivity in the value chain and leadership and capacity building, which can be found below.

 

ASEAN Sustainable Agrifood Systems Notebook

 

Four principles: Infographics


Principle 1: Multi-level policy linkages

Principle 2: Multi-stakeholder and Public-Private Partnerships

Principle 3: Farmer inclusivity in the value chain

Principle 4: Leadership and capacity building

 

Four principles: Success story illustrations


National Action Plans and Regional Promotion on the Use of Biological Control Agents (BCA): A success story under Principle 1

Multi-stakeholder cooperation for sustainable rice cultivation: A success story under Principle 2

Seeking opportunities for actors in the value chain to cooperate and improve livelihoods through organic agriculture in North Sumatra: A success story under Principle 3

New learning concept strengthens farmer groups and improves their livelihoods: A success story under Principle 4

 

Results at Glance (as of September 2017)


 

 

Success stories


ASEAN

Cambodia

Indonesia

Thailand

VietNam