A series of earthquakes in Turkey and Syria will have immediate implications on the region’s food security.
Farming Fish for a Food Secure Future in Algeria’s Sahrawi Refugee Camps
Refugees from Western Sahara are working to develop a tilapia farm in one of Algeria’s five camps, which would increase food security and build economic autonomy.
Reducing the Environmental Footprint of Food Assistance
Food donations organizations are looking for innovative ways to reduce packaging waste and their environmental footprint.
How Do We Transition to a More Sustainable Food System?
In advance of the “Resetting the Food System” Summit co-hosted by the Barilla Foundation and and Food Tank, 30+ speakers shared what it will take to transition to a more sustainable food system.
Congratulations to the World Food Programme for Nobel Peace Prize!
The U.N. World Food Programme has won the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize for “for its contribution to bettering conditions for peace in conflict affected areas.”
12 Organizations Combating Food Insecurity in Yemen
In the midst of armed conflict, these 12 organizations are working to provide food security to Yemenis.
Women are Creating Solutions to the Hunger Crisis
Women are disproportionately impacted by natural disasters and public health crises. Despite this, food systems solutions often fail to address gender equity. On the podcast, Dani talks about the essential role women play in building a better food system.
How COVID-19 is Affecting Refugees
Organizations find ways to support food security to refugees during COVID-19 lockdowns.
How Local Government Are Strengthening the Resilience of Agrifood Systems to COVID-19
By working with agrifood businesses, farmer organizations, and communities, local governments can take action to build a resilient food system in the midst of COVID-19.
The World Food Program: Fighting Hunger With Blockchain
According to Robert Opp, Director of Innovation and Change Management at WFP, “The exciting part is that these innovations, often developed for more commercially attractive markets, have such potential to improve the lives of those who are furthest behind.”