Multi-sector partnerships drive food safety solutions that increase food availability, improve nutrition and health, and enhance economic status
From October 14, 2015 18:00 until October 14, 2015 19:30
Iraq Room / 2nd floor between buildings A/B
Since ICN2 there has been greater recognition and encouragement for expanded private sector roles that are transparent and pre-competitive. This side event will describe progress in implementing the spirit of the Rome Declaration and the Framework for Action though partnerships. It will engage representatives participating in uncommon public-private-partnerships and collaborations designed to develop solution pathways among the linkages of food security, nutrition and safety. Panel members will describe the value of working at scale to help increase access to safer and more nutritious foods; to ensure reliable access to agricultural products through a more reliable, sustainable supply chain; and lessons learned and best practices for partnership building.
Chair: H.E. Dr. S. Mohammed Sheriff, Ambassador of the Government of Liberia and former Chairperson of the Africa Regional Group
H.E. Amira Daoud Hassan Gornass, Ambassador of the Republic of Sudan and Chairperson of the Near East Group;
H.E. Rachid Marif, Ambassador of the Popular Democratic Republic of Algeria and Chairperson of the African Regional Group
Organized by: African Regional Group, World Food Programme (WFP), the Partnership for Aflatoxin Control in Africa (PACA), the Republic of Ghana, the Republic of Liberia, FAO and Mars, Inc.