The outcomes of the project include: 

  • A website on global education issues providing information, tools and best practices for students, teachers and other stakeholders and a geo-referencing tool to be used for sending information and referrals on agriculture and food (e.g. farmers’ markets, local exchange community, farms, shops, fairs, etc.).
  • An international photographic competition, organised in the countries involved in the project for the best photo-reportage on food. The winning photo-reportage of each country will be displayed at the Food Cloud Exhibition.
  • An exhibition on food (Food Cloud Exhibition)  on display at  EXPO 2015, open all day during the months of May, June, September and October 2015 for young people, students, classes and other visitors.
  • The set-up of a Multimedia Center during the EXPO 2015, with an editorial staff of young people who will be documenting the event on social media.
  • The continuous support of Primary and secondary school teachers of all countries involved through an educational tutoring to design learning modules (lesson plans) for their classes on Global Learning, in particular on food production and consumption, alternative food systems and the right to food. Almost 130 free global learning modules are published on the website of the project for teachers and global education trainers.
  • A multimedia app, containing a fairy tale for children on the origin and seasonality of food and recipes and a multiple-choice game on ecological footprint.
  • A kit for teachers, global education trainers and volunteers engaged in educational activities on global learning and sustainable agriculture.
  • An international video competition, organised for schools involved in the project. The video-clips developed for the competition will be evaluated at the national and international level. The winning video in each country will be produced professionally and screened on off- and on-line media to spread the message of the project among the general public and sensitize them with regard to their consuming habits.
  • Trainings of  students on food systems’ interdependence, who will then be mobilised to realise initiatives (events, campaigns, school gardens, visits on smallholder farms, etc.) at community level to sensitize the general public other students, parents and community members with the aim to promote behavioural changes in their food lifestyles.
  • Introduction to global citizenship and alternative food systems with interactive and participative workshops for Primary and Secondary students.
  • National seminars and workshops that will be organised in order to present and disseminate the main outcomes of the action.
  • International exchange visits and workshops for delegations of teachers and students, heldin Italy, Austria, Senegal and Burkina Faso.
  • ITT Varalli of Milan, a secondary tourism school (www.ittvaralli.it), will develop a guided route on sustainable agriculture for teenagers and European classes in Milan during Expo2015.
  • As a Global Citizenship Education Ambassador, Fondazione CARIPLO connects the project and its network to key institutional stakeholders at EU level (Foundations, Local Authorities, CSOs) that have a potential in supporting the initiative at all levels.