The Tuvalu Food Futures Community and Stakeholder Engagement Strategy is a road map of suggestions for the next phases of the Tuvalu Food Futures project – including developing design documentation, and testing project approaches.
It seeks to understand the behaviour change required to support food security in Tuvalu in order to:
- Increase local food consumption and decreasing reliance on imported foods
- Revive traditional farming practices and embrace new technology (raised garden beds) and consequently increase land productivity
- Increase knowledge and awareness of the benefits of local food
Suggested activities and their corresponding community and stakeholder engagement strategies have been arranged into 8 Strategic Activity Pillars.
These are designed to respond to the food security challenges identified by the aforementioned research and consultative processes; they also align with objectives identified by DFAT and the Tuvalu Agriculture Strategic Marketing Plan (TASMP) 2016- 2025.