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In 2014, the 1st International Symposium on Agroecology for Food Security and Nutrition provided an opportunity to share experiences and build the evidence base on agroecology, as well as reaching a consensus on the priorities for achieving more sustainable food systems through agroecology. It also endorsed FAO’s role in supporting further implementation and promotion of agroecological approaches.

This week, from Thu through Sat (18–20 Jan 2018) several ILRI scientific directors and staff (Jimmy Smith, Shirley Tarawali, Dieter Schillinger, Lutz Merbold and Kristina Roesel) will be participating in the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (GFFA), held in Berlin, Germany. This location is particularly appropriate as Germany is an important and long-standing donor to ILRI and livestock research for development in general.

CFS 45 is from 15 – 20 October 2018 at the FAO Headquarters in Rome, Italy. The draft CFS 45 Agenda and Timetable will be shared as soon as they become available on the CFS webpage. 

The call for CFS 45 Side Events is running until end of June, with an internal deadline of March 28. Those interested in hosting side events should fill out the CFS45 Side Event Application Form. Supplemental information for IAFN / PSM members is available on the CFS Guidelines for Prospective PSM Side Event Organizers

The Africa Food Prize is the preeminent award recognizing an outstanding individual or institution that is leading the effort to change the reality of farming in Africa—from a struggle to survive to a business that thrives.

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