The COVID-19 pandemic is transforming our world. We are seeing rapid changes in areas such as health care delivery, food security, agriculture, and international aid prioritization. In addition to the immediate impact to health and society, the COVID-19 pandemic may result in significant short- and long-term disruptions to food systems.
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-Food systems are our number one opportunity for improving climate, human health, biodiversity and equity. With 2030 identified as both a point of no return in climate change, and the deadline to meet all 17 Sustainable Development Goals, the next ten years will determine our future.
-The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) organises the second edition of the executive short course, Together for Nutrition, which focuses on public-private engagement to improve the consumption of nutritious and safe food.
-The Second Global Summit on Food Fortification is part of a worldwide effort to invigorate interest, awareness and investment in Large-Scale Food Fortification (LSFF) and biofortification – two population-based interventions with enormous potential to contribute sustainably to reducing and preventing micronutrient deficiencies globally.
-The Micronutrient Forum is looking forward to welcoming over 1000 researchers, programme implementers and policy-makers from around the world to its 5th Global Conference 2020 from November 8 – 13 in Bangkok, Thailand.