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World Food Day: Get Involved!

Tips and actions for individuals, governments, private companies and corporations, schools, civil society and academia and more












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    World Food Day: Get Involved!
    Tips and actions for individuals, governments, private companies and corporations, schools, civil society and academia and more
    2022
    World Food Day 2022 calls for global solidarity and collective action to make sure that no one is left behind through the transformation to more efficient, inclusive, sustainable and resilient agrifood systems for better production, better nutrition, a better environment, and a better life. #WorldFoodDay 2022 is being marked in a year with multiple global challenges including the ongoing pandemic, conflict, climate change, rising prices and international tensions. All of this is affecting global food security. It’s time to work together and create a better, more sustainable future for all. Make WorldFoodDay YOUR day. Join the call by organizing an event or activity or show how you are taking action.
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    World Food Safety Day 2021
    Overview of festivity and creativity
    2021
    With a theme of ‘Safe food now for a heathy tomorrow’, World Food Safety Day (7 June 2021) focused on the immediate and long-term benefits of producing and consuming safe food. It was a day to remember that food safety is part of food security and good health. It was a time to recognize the intrinsic connections between the health of people, plants, animals, the environment and economy. And it was a moment for heightened creativity. International organizations, governments, businesses, non-governmental organizations, academics and individuals from 90 different countries convened to showcase their achievements, discuss their priorities and plan how to overcome challenges in the food safety realm. The pandemic meant, for a second time, that many initiatives were held virtually, which inspired organizers to make imaginative use of social media, online events and more in reaching audiences. In this summary, we take a glimpse at the webinars, videos, press conferences, media coverage, contests, social media posts and campaigns that involved millions of people across the world in May and June 2021. Find out more about food safety on the FAO, WHO, Codex Alimentarius and INFOSAN websites.
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    World Pulses Day, 10 February 2023 - Get involved
    Pulses for a sustainable future
    2023
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    Building on the success of the International Year of Pulses (IYP) in 2016, implemented by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) designated 10 February as World Pulses Day (WPD). This celebration presents a unique opportunity to raise public awareness about pulses and the fundamental role they play in the transformation to MORE efficient, inclusive, resilient and sustainable agrifood systems for Better Production, Better Nutrition, a Better Environment, and a Better Life, leaving no one behind.

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