Ag2Nut Call: Key Points from the FAO/WHO Symposium on Sustainable Food Systems for Healthy Diets and Improved Nutrition

Events
Sectors:
Food Security, Nutrition, Policy
Organization:
USAID Strengthening Partnerships, Results, and Innovations in Nutrition Globally (SPRING)
Author:
Ag2Nut Community of Practice
Regions:
Global
Publication Dates:
February, 2017
Content Formats:
External Website

On February 14, Ag2Nut Community of practice members discussed the 2017 WHO/FAO International Symposium, which was allowed students from eight universities to learn from and contribute to policy discussions. Anna Lartey, Director of Nutrition and Food Systems (ESN), FAO, and Denise Costa Coitinho Delmuè, WHO/FAO International Symposium coordinator, provided recaps and takeaways. The Symposium stressed the need for transformation of food systems, calling for stronger commitment to enhance supply and demand side policies that lead to healthy diets. Other key themes included accountability, resilience, and equity within food systems.

Access the webinar recording from SPRING website.