World Food Forum is youth led movement network to transform our agricultural food systems. To inspire wide-spread discussion and action around this urgent topic, the World Food Forum (WFF) – a youth-led movement and network to transform our agrifood systems – is rallying around the 2022 theme: "Healthy Diets. Healthy Planet."
Creating the enabling environment to adopt new tools and approaches to improve food safety in traditional markets can help decrease the burden of foodborne disease. This webinar is one of several Health Talks presented by the World Health Organization in celebration of World Food Safety Day 2022.
Timely, actionable data is essential to the success of national large scale food fortification (LSFF) programmes. Most low and middle income (LMIC) countries currently rely on national surveys to inform their LSFF programmes. These national surveys are expensive and infrequent, making it difficult to assess quality and impact.
On May 9th 2022 GAIN will turn 20 years!
To celebrate 20 years of working to improve nutrition for all, everywhere, we will host a series of events in both our Country Offices and Representative Offices.
Make sure to watch this space and keep updated with the latest.
The war in Ukraine has brought into sharp relief how tenuous some of the staple foods we take for granted can vanish. The situation is dire and threatens world’s food security, with many GAIN countries directly affected. Today our panellists, all from the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition will try and give a prismatic view of what this war will entail from a food shortage spectrum.
Setting scene for the next 12 months, the webinar will bring together different stakeholders across the continent working towards, or interested in, providing solutions to malnutrition in the continent to highlight their priority areas towards building Africa’s Nutrition stability both at organizational and the continental level.
This webinar will inform participants how consumer behavior information can be used to inform food safety intervention design in traditional markets in low- and middle-income countries, as well as the variety of approaches currently in use that are consumer- and market-actor focused, behavioral in nature, measurable over time, and informed by community norms, local priorities, and cultural practices.
This event will focus on the pivotal role of PDBs in food and nutrition. The PDB coalition proposed by IFAD will also be presented. This initiative seeks to improve PDBs’ capacity to contribute to the transformation of sustainable food systems that can provide good and adequate nutrition to everyone.
Join the Nobel Peace Prize Forum 2021 as we hear from leading experts and innovators in the fight for food security and a sustainable future. Together, we will explore why and how food plays a central role in reaching the UN Sustainable Development Goals and how every person can join the effort to eradicate hunger and malnutrition.