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CFS51 Side Event Recordings Now Available

PSM had an active participation at CFS51 and with all activities leading up to the event. We sincerely thank all the delegates who participated in the 51st plenary session of the CFS. PSM was represented by a delegation of 127 from 30 countries. 

We are pleased to report that this year’s delegation included a diverse gender, geographical and age representation (see below). The strong return to CFS in such numbers is a confirmation of private sector’s commitment to the work of CFS. 

CFS52 is planned for 21 – 25 October 2024 in Rome (TBC) under the leadership of the newly elected CFS Chair for 2023-2025, H.E Nosipho Nausca-Jean Jezile, Ambassador of the Republic of South Africa to the Food and Agriculture Organization to the United Nations. Key outcomes include the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on Gender and the Policy Recommendations on Data and the Multi-Year Program of Work which will start with reducing inequalities and then focus on urban and peri-urban food systems. 

Explore the recordings from all four side events of PSM at CFS51. You can now access and view them below:

Empowering women farmers to effectively reduce poverty and hunger
Oct 24th, 8:30 – 9:45 | Side Event 5

Improved data management for increased sustainability, food security and nutrition
Oct 24th, 13:30 – 14:45 | Side Event 11

Investing in Youth to Reduce Inequalities – Implementing CFS Guidelines on Engaging Youth in Agriculture and Food Systems
Oct 26, 8:30 – 9:45 | Side Event 23

The Inextricable Link Between Diet Quality, Food Accessibility and Global Inequality
Oct 26, 13:30 – 14:45 | Side Event 27


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