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Skills, Systems & Synergies for Sustainable Development

Changing the way people think, talk, act, and lead.

About

4SD stands for Skills, Systems and Synergies for Sustainable Development. It is being established to support people who are responsible for implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development – the agreed plan for the future of the Earth and her People.

4SD helps people change the way they think, talk, act and lead on sustainable development. It will connect the Sustainable Development Goals and encourage integrated action. Its focus is on inclusion and on leaving no-one behind. It encourages co-creativity and partnering. 

4SD seeks to ensure that Sustainable Development is about engaging and listening, inspiring and motivating, enabling and empowering, connecting and investing. The seed of 4SD is starting to germinate: you are invited to join us as we shape its growth.

Address

Route de la Courte Raie 4
1297 Founex
Switzerland

News

Op-Ed by Dr. Lawrence Haddad and Dr. David Nabarro: Sustainable Development Depends on Better Nutrition for All Nations

22 October 2018: Lawrence Haddad of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition and David Nabarro of 4SD were awarded the 2018 World Food Prize. Watch the video of the Laureate Award Ceremony.

25 June 2018: The World Food Prize Foundation announced the award of the 2018 World Food Prize to Dr. David Nabarro, Strategic Director of Skills, Systems & Synergies for Sustainable Development (4SD) and Dr. Lawrence Haddad, Executive Director of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN).

In making the formal announcement World Food Prize President Ambassador Kenneth M. Quinn said, "For their extraordinary intellectual and policy leadership in bringing maternal and child nutrition to the forefront of the global food security agenda and thereby significantly reducing childhood stunting, it is truly most fitting that Dr. Lawrence Haddad and Dr. David Nabarro join the list of illustrious scientists, policy officials and hunger fighters who have been named World Food Prize Laureates over the past 32 years."