2 December 2016, Rome--- The International Symposium on Sustainable Food Systems for Healthy Diets and Improved Nutrition, over the course of two days, offered policy-makers and parliamentarians, health and nutrition experts from government and the private sector, development professionals, and other stakeholders the opportunity to explore in-depth how food systems can be transformed to provide better nutrition for all people.
2 December 2016, Rome--- The International Symposium on Sustainable Food Systems for Healthy Diets and Improved Nutrition (1-2 December) looked at country-level challenges and successes to shed light on effective approaches to reshaping food production, processing, marketing and retail systems to better tackle the problem of malnutrition, which blights the lives of billions of individuals and can trap generations in a vicious cycle of poverty and malnutrition.
1 December 2016, Rome--- Hundreds of technical officers from around the world are convening today at the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization in Rome, Italy to talk about a major issue for experts working on global food security – Hidden hunger. According to the Organization, while 793 million people go to bed hungry around our planet, an estimated 2 billion people lack adequate vitamins and minerals in their daily diets. This two day technical symposium - organized by FAO and the World Health Organization – aims to help experts find new ways to meet the 2030 sustainable development goals and (...)
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