Global food systems are increasingly at risk. Rising demand, scarce resources and increased volatility are putting new pressures on agriculture and food systems.
Governments, companies, international agencies and civil society groups are looking for new approaches to food security and agricultural growth, leveraging new investments while ensuring sustainability for communities and the environment.
AIDF Food Security Summit: Asia 2014 will run Agriculture and Nutrition stream in parallel, with delegates able to move between both sessions to get most of this experience.
Each of our past events have been very well received and attended, and with strictly 250 exclusive places available make sure you pre-register now to avoid disappointment later. Last year over 1,000 people pre-registered for the 1st annual AIDF Food Security Summit, and over 250 approved delegates across 20 nations in total were represented at the Summit.
AIDF Food Security Summit: Asia 2014 provides the opportunity to influence political debate, learn about the latest products, technologies and services in action, whilst addressing challenges and exploring shared solutions.
Register now at http://food-security.aidforum.org/