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CoP Markets, Supply Chains & Nutritious foods

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Together with the Netherlands Food Partnership, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is forming several Food security and COVID-19 Communities of Practice (CoP) focusing on:

  1. Markets, Supply Chains & Nutritious foods (also linking to the two CoPs below)
  2. Finance & Outreach
  3. Digital Solutions
  4. Knowledge

On this page you can find all information relevant for the CoP Markets, Supply Chains & Nutritious foods of convener GAIN Alliance.

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