Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum)

Sieg Snapp

Michigan State University
United States of America

Dear FSN Forum members,

The perspectives from many parts of the world shared during this discussion has been very informative.

I found deeply inspiring the experiences from sustained efforts to support pulse value chains, such as from Australia, and the case studies from several sites around the world of nutritional and recipe education, including, among others, from Tanzania, South Africa, Turkey, and Georgia.

I sincerely hope these efforts continue and that we find ways to continue to learn from each other.

I believe that interdisciplinary initiatives particularly in the area of agriculture and nutrition education working together are particularly important for a more sustainable future.

Sieg Snapp