On October 31, join us for this exclusive, virtual screening and fireside chat of EatSafe’s latest film, Food Safety: The Biggest Development Challenge You’ve Never Heard Of.
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On 7 June, World Food Safety Day, FAO and WHO will host a hybrid high-level event where participants can learn how food safety standards contribute to saving lives. The event will expand on this year’s theme for World Food Safety Day, "Food standards save lives".
In this second webinar of a two-part series, EatSafe will highlight the importance of innovative solutions in food safety, and their applicability to low- and middle- income countries, specifically in traditional markets and along the food value chain.
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.
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 webinar place five priority areas of food safety in front of regional thought leaders to move us toward Actions for Food Safety Transformation. Regional leaders will share their insights on these priorities and the realities on the ground for making them happen considering, politics, financing, scalability, inclusivity and gaps in capacity and infrastructure.
Food safety lies at the heart of addressing hunger and malnutrition, because if food it’s safe, it isn’t food. Progress towards SDG 2 by 2030 may not be realised if we do not ensure food safety. Stakeholders globally are engaging to discuss the development of a Coalition of Action for Food Safety.
Join us for USAID Feed the Future’s EatSafe Interview Cruncher hosted by GAIN examining the important questions of how to close the knowledge gap between food safety and nutrition and how to elevate food safety in global development conversations.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, markets also pose a significant risk of respiratory disease transmission, affecting both vendors and consumers. Working or shopping in crowded, risky environments, and falling ill will have devastating effects on their families and nutrition security for entire households.