Launched: Africa’s Food System Forum 2023

Tanzania President launches Africa’s Food System Forum 2023, calls for inclusion of youth and women as critical drivers of Africa’s food systems agenda:  Dr. Samia Suluhu Hassan, President of Tanzania, on Friday officially launched Africa’s Food System Forum 2023, Africa’s premier platform for advancing the agriculture and food systems agenda on the continent, at State House, Tanzania. The theme of this year’s Forum – Recover, Regenerate, Act: Africa’s Solutions to Food Systems Transformation – is anchored around building back better Food Systems and Food Sovereignty. It identifies three steps needed to achieve this transformation: Recovery : a call for decisive strategies and actions to help the continent recover and rebuild its food systems following multiple crises and shocks; Regenerate : which calls for the need to regenerate the natural resources, such as soil and water, which are essential for sustainable food production, and Act : which refers to the need to take urgent action

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