The Global Panel discusses its new Report at this year’s World Food Prize Borlaug Dialogue International Symposium
Global Panel side event and Foresight Report US launch: October 12, 2016, Des Moines, Iowa – Des Moines Marriott Downtown Hotel
Is your food killing you? Whether it’s too much junk food or a lack of nutritious food, malnutrition caused by bad eating habits is rapidly increasing.
Poor diets now pose a greater risk to health than unsafe sex, alcohol, drug and tobacco use combined and if there are no changes introduced in the current food system, there will still be 188 million calorie deficient people in South Asia in 2030
Poor diets now pose a greater risk to health than unsafe sex, alcohol, drug and tobacco use combined
Foresight Report and the South Asian Paper shows how changing food systems and diets could affect health over the next 20 years and outlines strategies governments need to adopt to achieve Sustainable Development Goal #2 and #12
The Global Panel was in New Delhi for the South Asia launch of the Foresight Report
Globally, Increasingly Poor Diets Now Pose a Greater Risk to Health than Unsafe Sex, Alcohol, Drug and Tobacco Use Combined
New report outlines vision for a food system that reduces malnutrition and promotes health
The launch event was hosted by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) at the Sheikh Zayed Centre at the FAO Headquarters in Rome.
By H.E. John Agyekum Kufuor, former president of the Republic of Ghana, founder of the John A. Kufuor Foundation, and Co-Chair of the Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition
Press release | 9 September, 2016 | Nairobi