Hotel bookings for participants to the WSFS can be made through the FAO travel agent Carlson Wagonlit Travel through their dedicated web page.

Click here for Carlson Wagonlit Travel website

Tel: (+39) 055 094 91863

Fax: (+39) 055 436 7299

Opening Hours: GMT+1:00 from Monday to Friday 09.00-13.00 and 14.00-18.00.

For any other specific requirements during the WSFS, Carlson Wagonlit Travel has an office at FAO headquarters (Building D, ground floor, room D074).

FAO cannot bear any responsibility for arrangements made with hotels.


Carlson Wagonlit Travel can also assist delegations with flight bookings, transfers and tour reservations.

The Secretariat is not in a position to make hotel bookings or other travel arrangements.


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The path to the Summit

Three important events have prepared the ground for the Summit:

The High-Level Expert Forum on How to Feed the World in 2050 examined policy options that governments should consider adopting to ensure that the world population can be fed when it nears its peak of nearly 9.2 billion people in the middle of this century.

The Committee on World Food Security considered reforms that will enable it to play a much more effective role in the global governance of food security.

The theme of World Food Day this year is how to ensure food security in times of crisis.

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