This policy brief calls on policymakers to facilitate a citizens’ engagement process to create a broad-based agreement on what Ghana’s food system should look like in the future and fashion out a national food policy to guide the food sector for a sustainable healthy diet for Ghanaian families. This brief explores the current governance structures and policy frameworks that directly or indirectly impact food-related policies in Ghana that eventually lead to a sustainable food system for healthy diets in the country and inform the formulation of strategies for the food sector. Food systems are important for food security, maintenance of the ecosystem and biodiversity conservation. A healthy population thrives on a healthy food system.
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