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L'Aquila Food Security Initiative Final Report 2012


The L’Aquila Food Security Initiative (AFSI) was launched at the 2009 G-8 Summit in L’Aquila, Italy. There, global leaders agreed to reverse a decades-long decline in investment in agriculture and to “do business differently” by taking a comprehensive approach to ensuring food security, coordinating effectively, supporting country-owned processes and plans, engaging multilateral institutions in advancing efforts to promote food security worldwide, and delivering on sustained and accountable commitments.

At L’Aquila, President Obama announced the United States would invest at least $3.5 billion over three years in global food security. This initial U.S. commitment helped to leverage more than $18 billion from other G-8 governments and donors to promote food security and nutrition worldwide.

As AFSI’s three-year financial pledge period came to an end in December 2012, the United States announced during the second AFSI meeting of 2012 in Maputo, Mozambique on December 5, that AFSI donors collectively met their commitment to mobilize more than $22 billion in global food security investments over three years and are well on their way toward fully disbursing those funds.

To learn more about the outcome of the second AFSI meeting in Maputo, you can consult the AFSI 2012 Final Report and the Chairman’s Note listed below. 

December 2012

AFSI Final Report 2012 [Get Acrobat Reader PDF version ]
Notes From the Chair: AFSI Meeting Maputo December 5-6, 2012 [Get Acrobat Reader PDF version ]

Tables

AFSI Financial Tracking Table [Get Acrobat ReaderPDF]
Australia In-Depth Table [Get Acrobat ReaderPDF]
France In-Depth Table [Get Acrobat ReaderPDF]
Germany In-Depth Table [Get Acrobat ReaderPDF]
Japan In-Depth Table [Get Acrobat ReaderPDF]
United States In-Depth Table [Get Acrobat ReaderPDF]


May 2012

AFSI Country In-Depth Tables

Canada In-Depth Table [Get Acrobat ReaderPDF]
European Union In-Depth Table [Get Acrobat ReaderPDF]
France In-Depth Table [Get Acrobat ReaderPDF] 
Germany In-Depth Table [Get Acrobat ReaderPDF]
Italy In-Depth Table [Get Acrobat ReaderPDF]
Japan In-Depth Table [Get Acrobat ReaderPDF]
Spain In-Depth Table [Get Acrobat ReaderPDF] 
Sweden In-Depth Table [Get Acrobat ReaderPDF]
United Kingdom In-Depth Table [Get Acrobat ReaderPDF] 
United States In-Depth Table [Get Acrobat ReaderPDF]


February 2012

 • Notes From the Chair: AFSI Meeting Washington, DC, February 2-3, 2012 [Get Acrobat Reader PDF version ]


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