The World Food Program is holding its World Food Symposium on May 19-20, in London.
The theme is “How we can build a world without hunger”.
The event will feature some of the most powerful voices from global agriculture to discuss how to overcome hunger in a world that is now a much smaller place.
“The theme of this World Food Forum is how we can work together with partners, partners, and the private sector to improve food security, feed the hungry, and reduce poverty,” World Food CEO Luis Moreno said.
“This World Food summit will be a forum for all the partners and stakeholders to share ideas and take action together.”
“It will be an opportunity for us to hear from our own partners and partners from the private and public sectors,” Moreno said, pointing out that the World Forum is a collaboration between the World Bank, United Nations, and United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).
“It’s the first time we’re holding such a global summit, so it’s really a watershed moment,” he said.
The theme for the symposium is “how we can develop a world with sustainable food security and food security for all”, said Moreno.
The World Food Institute (WFI) is the largest private and governmental agency working on the world food system.
It has an annual budget of $50 billion, according to WFI’s latest Annual Report.
Its main focus is on developing and deploying global solutions for hunger and poverty.
The symposium, which takes place on May 17-19 at the Hilton London Olympic Park, is being co-sponsored by the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAOSTAT) and the Food & Agriculture Organisation of the World (FAOW).
The World Forum aims to increase global cooperation in tackling hunger, poverty and environmental sustainability, according WFI.
It aims to advance knowledge and promote dialogue.
The WFI symposium will focus on food security in the 21st century, and how to build a sustainable food system in a globalized world.
Its theme is ‘How we should build a global food system without hunger’.
The World Forum on May 9-10, 2018, in Paris will feature a keynote address by the United States Department of Agriculture’s director for food security policy, Dr. Daniel Fowle, and a discussion with representatives of the food and agri-biotech sectors.