On 11th – 14th June in Nairobi, Kenya, the 15th Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme Partnership Platform (CAADP PP) took place with a focus on the theme “Enhancing Trade and Market Access for Accelerated Agriculture Transformation”. Governments and technical partners from across the continent met to share best practice and identify new strategies to enhance…
On June 11th the Global Panel and the World Food Programme (WFP) hosted a Brown Bag event in Rome. At the event, the Global Panel discussed recent developments on the policy and programming implications for food systems, healthy diets and nutrition. Prof Sandy Thomas and Prof Patrick Webb focused on how food systems and agriculture…
Devex editorial with contribution from Panel Member Tom Arnold. Artcile orginally published in Devex. NEW DELHI — Sunita Devi is huddled with about 20 women in a primary health care center in Gervani village, in the central state of Chhattisgarh in India. She’s anemic and pregnant, and she has questions for the health worker: “When will…
Dr. Shenggen Fan: “By addressing the whole system by which we grow, buy, and eat our food, we can achieve multiple wins to maintain biodiversity for planetary and human health.”
Q&A with Global Panel Director, Prof Sandy Thomas, for the newsletter of the Global Dietary Database. Originally published here.
Opinion piece by Prof Tim Benton, Co-Chair of the Global Panel Foresight 2.0 Lead Expert Group.
As part of thits new blog series, Uncharted Waters, the Chicago Council on Global Affairs invited a diverse group of experts to explore topics related to water, nutrition, and agriculture in advance of the 2019 Global Food Security Symposium.
Multisector stakeholders gather to accelerate policies to transform food systems to make healthy diets more affordable and accessible to all.
In conclusion to the Cross-Ministerial High-Level Roundtable held in Islamabad by the Global Panel and the Benazir Income Support Programme, participants unanimously sign a statement of intent to reposition food systems to deliver healthier diets.
February, March 2019