Conference synopsis and highlights video now available

The synopsis and highlights video from the 2020 Conference on “Building Resilience to Food and Nutrition Security” are now available.

Farming First TV Interview with Mark Rosegrant

During the 2020 Conference, Farming First TV interviewed Mark Rosegrant, Director of the Environment and Production Technology Division at IFPRI, to learn more about the key findings from the IFPRI book on Food Security in a World of Natural Resource Scarcity. Watch the full interview here.

Side Event Videos Now Available

Videos from the 2020 Conference side events are now available! Explore the 21 side events to watch videos of individual speakers or the full sessions.

Videos of Conference Sessions Now Available

Videos from the 2020 Conference sessions are now available!

Building a green and resilient economy in Ethiopia

“For us, anticipating, adapting to, and recovering from shocks are essential to our future.”  With those words, H. E. Hailemariam Dessalegn, Prime Minister of Ethiopia, highlighted the importance of resilience for his country.   In his inaugural address at the opening of the 2020 Conference on “Building Resilience for Food and Nutrition Security” Thursday evening, >> Read more

Video remarks from Rajiv Shah, Administrator, United States Agency For International Development (USAID)

Video remarks from David Nabarro, United Nations Secretary General Special Representative on Food Security and Nutrition

Video remarks from United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon

Video remarks from H.E. John Kufuor, Former President, Republic of Ghana

The resilience dividend

“Resilience will pay dividends for fragile communities who today face environmental, economic and nutritional bankruptcy. For the people in communities affected by droughts, floods and other shocks, a resilience approach allows multiple entry points for action that can both restore the productivity of lands and significantly improve well-being. Empowering resilient families to withstand shocks can >> Read more