Mission Measurement Announces Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action: Codifying the Key Success Factors to Improve Food Security
Feb 10 2015
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Winter meeting, President Clinton announced a new Commitment to Action designed to increase the impact of food security programs. A cross-sector partnership, The Food Security Genome, will systematically code the vast evidence-base drawing from corporate, NGO, academic and government resources in order to quantify outcomes, identify key success factors and create critical benchmark data in this vital area. The resulting “genomic” model will turn decades of data into actionable insights that enable users to predict the efficacy and cost per outcome for any food security program. This tool, which will focus first on the USA and then expand globally, will allow practitioners to design more impactful programs, thereby saving funders and implementers significant time and money and improving the lives of millions of beneficiaries.
Read the full announcement here.