REGIONAL STRATEGY

HUMAN NUTRITION

Regional Co-Leads

NNEDPro Regional Network Switzerland / Non-Mediterranean Europe
 

 

Steering Committee
Members
Central Ops

CULINARY APPROACH

FOOD SYSTEMS STRATEGY

Regional Key Aims / Projects / Initiatives Actions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2020-2022
Launched iKANN Platform
Explored funding opportunities
Supported cross-network projects
Assisted in summer key events




 

2024-2025
Universal implementation of the MTK
Achievement of Learn/Share Model
Collaboration Eco-System
Exploring a new Central European Diet




 

2022-2023
Promote/engagement with iKANN
Publish papers/resources
Foundation Course for Chefs
Promotion of Summer Key Events
Participation in the Summer Key Events
Continuing cross-network support/projects
MTK regional adaptations
Organization of regional events
Recruitment of new members
Development of new cooperations

 


 

 

 

TIGR2ESS
Mobile Teaching Kitchen
Foundation Certificate for Culinary Professionals
Other Regional Adaptations of the MTK and other initiatives
 

 

 

 

 2030

iKANN/IANE ACADEMY


 

Achieving a
Regional Impact and
improved Food Systems  and Dietary Patterns within the
Non-Mediterranean Europe
 

External Collaborator: Swiss Culinary Nutrition Hub

Implementation Pathways
1. Clinical/non-clinical setting
2. Public-private collaboration
3. Community engagement
4. Distribution of knowledge: On-Campus/Digital/Mobile

 

MULTILATERAL USE OF TEACHING KITCHEN MODELS
ALIGNMENT WITH OTHER PROJECTS

TIGR2ESS FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
FP1: Sustainable and Transformative Agrarian and Rural Trajectories (START);
FP2 Crop Sciences: Water use and Photosynthesis;
FP2a: Improving Water Use and Yield Stability in Millet and Sorghum;
FP2b Crop Sciences: Enhancing Photosynthesis;
FP3: Heat and Drought Resilience in Wheat;
FP4: Water use and Management in a Changing Monsoon Climate;
FP5: Supply Chains: modelling water use for sustainable livelihoods;
FP6 Impacting Wellbeing in Rural and Urban Communities: Education, Empowerment and Entrepreneurship leading to improved Human Nutrition;

  • FP6a Education Food, Nutrition and Empowerment (EFNE);

  • FP6b Education, Employment, Empowerment and Entrepreneurship (4E);

  • Cross-cutting FP6 projects are the Mobile Teaching Kitchens and the Innovation Farm model.

 

SHORT-TERM/LONG-TERM AGENDA
Short-Term Agenda (planned 1-3 months ahead)  
Mid-Year Timeline (to be planned 4-6 months ahead)
Annual Plan of Activities (1 year)
Strategic Compendium/Framework (3-5 years)
Achievement of Long-Term Progress ( 5-10 years)
 

1

NETWORKING AND RESEARCHING

Building networks, sharing and transforming ideas into a project structure
 

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Grow and maintain a dynamic Society, serving nutrition educators around the world.

Build collaborations with organizations, industries to promote healthy communities, food systems and behaviors. 

2

COLLABORATING AND DEVELOPING
ESTABLISHING, PROMOTING AND SUPPORTING

Promote research related to effective nutrition education and behavior change at the individual, community and policy levels.

3

Guiding Principles and Values of the Association:

• Responsibility
• Assisting and helping other NGOs and entities to get integrated and promote their innovative projects on sustainability through our partner network
• Open and respectful communication
• Promotion of the cantonal entitites and institutes for nutrition, research and innovation
• Respect for diversity of opinions and perspectives
• Trust building
• Valuing contributions of volunteers and supporters
• Well-informed decision making

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