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According to the latest Food Security Monitor report by the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA), 2020 rainfall as already witnessed and forecasted in the East and West African regions indicate increased precipitation and wetter conditions (above normal
At an AGRA’s webinar, participants expressed cautious optimism that despite the impact of COVI-19, Nigeria’s ag sector is ensuring access to quality food at prices people can afford. They also discussed provision extension and advisory services, roles of women and
As the world grapple with containment of COVID-19 pandemic, food protests especially among poor and vulnerable African communities are likely going to be deadlier than the virus itself, if governments and international institutions do not act now, experts have warned.
Dr. Agnes Kalibata, President, Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA), David Beasley, Executive Director, UN World Food Programme (WFP), and Liam Condon, Member of the Board at Bayer, have confirmed their participation at the World Food Convention –
Janusz Wojciechowski, Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development of the European Union, will join Dr. Theo de Jager, President, World Farmers’ Organisation (WFO) at the World Food Convention – Digital Edition2020. They will explore the opportunities of the EU Green
Svenja Schulze (Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Germany) on “Putting climate and environmental protection at the heart of European policy” in the Global Solutions Journal
COVID-19 has rocked economies and disrupted daily lives all over the world. Whether the global food system, especially in developing countries, emerges stronger or more fragile will depend on what happens next.
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How much does the coronavirus burden the German food industry? Tagesspiegel-Authors Heike Jahberg, Laurin Meyer and Thorsten Mumme take a glance at the supermarket shelves. Crisis. What crisis? Germany is hoarding yeast, but Nestlé, the world’s largest food producer, continues
The coronavirus also affects the work of the World Food Programme: Expert Amer Daoudi talks on the starving, Covid-19 and crisis logistics with Tagesspiegel-Author Christian Böhme. Mr Daoudi, what does the pandemic mean for those who are starving? Global containment