High-Level Virtual Event to release the 2021 Global Report on Food Crises Virtual Meeting
On 5 May 2021, the Global Network against Food Crises held a high-level virtual event to release the latest figures on how many people are facing acute hunger and malnutrition in crisis prone countries, in a new edition of its annual report, the Global Report on Food Crises. The event provides an opportunity to: Hear from food security and nutrition experts about the latest acute food insecurity findings in countries with food crises; and Hear from high-level and senior panelists on the current measures to address food emergencies and those which should be adopted, how COVID-19 has affected food crises, and the role that resilient agri-food systems play in sustainable solutions to food crises. All Global Network’s partners and interested parties are invited to attend the event. The event benefits from the high-level participation of Global Network’s key partners at executive level and keynote speakers, with the overall facilitation of Dr David Nabarro, Strategic advisor Food Systems Summit Dialogues. An open Q&A session at the end of the event allowed participants to engage with panelists. The working language was English with interpretation available in French and Spanish.
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