Training, sharing knowledge and best practice
FEBA organises several activities in order to reinforce the capacity building of its membership and share experience and expertise.
Skill-sharing session “City food recovery vs food poverty”
The session focused on sharing information about the recovery and redistribution of fresh and cooked food from the distribution and the catering sector. Moreover, thanks to the availability of Fondazione Banco Alimentare Onlus to share their knowledge and expertise, it was possible to follow their daily operation activities. In the morning of October 29th, during the last day, a wrap-up session has been planned in order to exchange opinions, to reinforce new learnings and to drive next steps for the recovery and redistribution of fresh and cooked food from the distribution and catering sector.
Skill-sharing session “Food recovery from fairs”
FEBA organised a skill-sharing session between Banco de Alimentos de Madrid (BA Madrid, Spain), as part of Federación Española de Bancos de Alimentos (FESBAL, Spain), and Fondazione Banco Alimentare Onlus (FBAO, Italy) in Madrid. The objective of the session was to exchange knowledge and experience as regards best practices to recover fresh food from fairs, on the occasion of Fruit Attraction, an international fruit and vegetable fair taking place in Madrid.
Skill-sharing session on EU funding
On 21 September 2021 the Fédération Française des Banques Alimentaires (FFBA) invited the European Food Banks Federation for a virtual session dedicated to learn more about EU fundings as a potential opportunity to sustain, strengthen, and reinforce the activity of Food Banks on the ground.
Skill-sharing session “Hurdles and drivers for food redistribution in European Countries”
The main objective of this session was to discuss with an external expert from the European Commission (DG Health and Food Safety) about the main hurdles and drivers to food redistribution in the different European countries, including insights on the Farm to Fork Strategy.
Skill-sharing session “Donation cycle: from planning to reporting”
This session built on the experience of some corporate partners – General Mills Foundation, Kellogg Europe, and Fondo di Beneficienza Intesa Sanpaolo – while the secoond part focused on the donation cycle, from the first contact with a corporate donor till the end of the reporting process. The ultimate goal was to strengthen the process and to improve the results for the whole network.