Perspectives #16 : Ecological and Social Transformation in Africa: Rethinking food systems for a +2°C world

The event is expired

The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) estimates that in 2017, about 375 million Africans – almost 30 percent of the population – suffered from severe food insecurity, meaning that nearly every third person on the continent had gone entire days without eating. Chronic and acute hunger remain enduring problems, despite decades of work to alleviate them. In fact, the decreasing prevalence of undernourishment, chronic food deprivation and severe food insecurity in some African regions has been reversed in the past three years, and hunger has increased in almost every region.

Télécharger la publication

Event Detail

23 novembre 2020 1h24
30 novembre 2020 1h24

A propos de la pubication

Perspectives December 2019