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Food Crises and COVID-19 – emerging evidence and implications for action

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Date & Time:
September 15
8:30 am - 9:30 am EDT
Add to Calendar September 15 8:30 am September 15 9:30 am America/New_York Food Crises and COVID-19 – emerging evidence and implications for action

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On 15 September 2020, the Global Network Against Food Crises’s partners will hold a side-event on the margins of the 75th session of the United Nation General Assembly. The side-event will provide an opportunity to:

  • consider the latest evidence on the situation in countries affected by food crises under the COVID-19 pandemic, with zoom-in on the situation in specific high-risk countries; and
  • hear from Member States on key issues and challenges and to discuss best practice policy approaches and recommendations for concrete, coherent action, particularly in the context of COVID-19.

The side-event will benefit from the participation and intervention from high-level decision-makers, including key Resource Partners, Regional Bodies, National Representatives and UN agencies.

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On 15 September 2020, the Global Network Against Food Crises’s partners will hold a side-event on the margins of the 75th session of the United Nation General Assembly. The side-event will provide an opportunity to:

  • consider the latest evidence on the situation in countries affected by food crises under the COVID-19 pandemic, with zoom-in on the situation in specific high-risk countries; and
  • hear from Member States on key issues and challenges and to discuss best practice policy approaches and recommendations for concrete, coherent action, particularly in the context of COVID-19.

The side-event will benefit from the participation and intervention from high-level decision-makers, including key Resource Partners, Regional Bodies, National Representatives and UN agencies.

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