Month: October 2015
Africa Day for Food and Nutrition Security
On the occasion of the 6th Africa Day for Food and Nutrition Security, the Global Panel is participating in the Africa Union Commission programme of events in Kampala, Uganda.
Uganda's Prime Minister leads decision-makers to agree on actions in agriculture for nutrition at Global Panel-African Union high-level meeting
High-Level meeting in Kampala for Africa Day for Food and Nutrition Security
Climate Change, Nutrition and Food Security: How to keep the ship afloat – CFS 2015
An article inspired by the topics discussed at “Climate change, nutrition and food security: cultivating sustainable diets and food systems” – CFS42
Feeding Africa 2015
The 2015 Feeding Africa conference in Dakar included a session on nutrition which was held at 4pm on 22 October, and focussed primarily on child nutrition.
When counting things that matter, it matters what we count
The process leading to the new Sustainable Development Goals has provoked much debate concerning appropriate metrics. Patrick Webb explains why good data is required for effective evidence-based policymaking.
CFS42 SIDE EVENT on climate change, nutrition and food security
Missed our side event in Rome organised at the 42nd session of the Committee on World’s Food Security (CFS42)? Find the summary and other resources below.
To end malnutrition, we must step up to the plate with data on what people eat
With one in three people malnourished globally, there is a clear need to serve up better information on food consumption and the systems that shape it.
Food: The centre of our lives and futures
“Food is a need we all share, yet too many go without.” Former President of Ghana John Kufuor on ending global hunger on the occasion of World Food Day 2015
Co-designing food systems for nutrition and the environment
The way we produce food is the single most significant way humanity modifies the environment. Charles Godfray examines to what degree we need to consider the joint nutrition and environmental consequences of changes to food system policy.
CFS 42 Side Event on Climate Change, Food Security and Nutrition: Cultivating Sustainable Diets and Food Systems
The Side Event: “Climate Change, Food Security and Nutrition: Cultivating Sustainable Diets and Food Systems” is a joint effort between the Global Panel, FANRPAN, Ag4Impact and the John Kufuor Foundation. It will take place next October 14th at the 42nd Session of the Committee on World Food Security in Rome (FAO HQ).