Switzerland contributes to food security by improving the livelihoods of vulnerable groups. It will continue to enhance quality agricultural education, promote the sustainable use of agrobiodiversity, support farmers’ organisations and facilitate more and better rural advisory services in order to improve smallholder farmer productivity. To address high malnutrition among children and adults it emphasizes dietary diversity. Switzerland also helps to increase household capacities to cope with disaster risks and climate change impacts. Moreover, Switzerland puts more emphasis on agricultural value chains, access to markets for smallholders as well as peri-urban farming. It eases access to land by raising stakeholder awareness and participation in land use-related decision-making and conflict resolution.