Join us as we mark us mark International Women's Day celebrating the achievements of women around the world. We speak to some incredible female leaders around the world striving to #EmbraceEquity.
On the ninth of May, 2002 GAIN was founded with the aim of tackling human suffering caused by malnutrition. Over the past 20 years, GAIN has been working with governments, businesses, and civil society to transform for food systems so that they can deliver more nutritional food for all people, especially the most vulnerable.
For International Youth Day 2022 GAIN spoke to Joyce Akpata, Head of Policy and Advocacy at GAIN Nigeria and Azeez Salawu, one of 30 youth leaders leading the global campaign Act4Food Act4Change representing Nigeria.
David Morgan, Senior Technical Specialist for Quality and Safety at GAIN, spoke on Intertek's Assurance in Action Podcast about the GAIN Premix Facility, what it is and how it works.
Our Executive Director Lawrence spoke to the Politico Global Insider podcast on what can be done to reallocate food and change farming incentives, and why he believes in telling consumers the “true price” of food.
Listen to GAIN's Bonnie McClafferty on Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg (by Food Tank) titled "Ep. 264. Bonnie McClafferty Discusses The Safety of Food Markets."
Listen to GAIN's Bonnie McClafferty on Food Safety Magazine's Food Safety Matters Podcast, titled "Ep. 104. Bonnie McClafferty: Food Safety Needs to Be a Business Model"
On the recent World Food Day, the clarion call was clearer than ever: We must fix our food systems to improve human health, drive economic growth, and save the planet from environmental collapse. The challenges facing us are wide-ranging. The way the world produces and consumes food causes huge environmental impacts, and yet 3 billion people worldwide are unable to afford a healthy diet, and up to a third of the food we produce is wasted.