Food Security and the Future

The Earth is now host to eight billion people needing food and this figure is expected to keep rising at a rate of about 1% every decade until at least 2050 with a predicted 10 billion mouths to feed. Especially on the African continent, the increasing demand for...

We call for urgent action to tackle food insecurity | Letter

Next week the government will host the UK global food security summit. As faith-based organisations working in countries with high burdens of food insecurity and malnutrition, we welcome its promise to galvanise action to tackle hunger and malnutrition. It is our deep...

Study: Resilience capacity beats climate shocks toward food security

Resilience, as Jean Chatzky aptly points out, is not a single skill but a mix of skills and coping mechanisms. It is the ability to bounce back from challenges and setbacks while focusing on the positive. It explains the importance of resilience capacity to global...

Indigenous Voices and Food Systems Lead the Way at COP28

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Smallholder Farmers Gain Least from International Climate Funding

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