World Food Programme Innovating in India
The World Food Programme has been working in India for over 50 years. In line with the developments in India, WFP has realigned its focus from a food aid provider to a catalytic partner to the Government of India, strengthening food-based social safety nets.
Food for Thought
Parliamentarians, representatives from diplomatic missions, celebrity chefs, civil society activists, private enterprises and children came together at a unique event ‘Food for Thought’ organised by the NineIsMine campaign, an advocacy movement led by children, and supported by the United Nations on 28 October in New Delhi
World Food Day 2013
NineIsMine, an advocacy movement led by children, in collaboration with partners organised a workshop bringing together school children in Delhi (UNICEF India)
World Food Day 2013 — FAO Director-General’s message
This year’s World Food Day message is Healthy People Depend on Healthy Food Systems. Sustainable food systems are one core element of bringing hunger to an end. In his message for World Food Day 2013, FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva says we’ll also need to ensure access to food all year round, to eliminate food wastage and child stunting and while doubling smallholder production and profits.
Dealing with Hunger
Panel discussion on ‘Dealing with Hunger’ with Gargi Parsai, Deputy Editor, The Hindu, Peter E. Kenmore Representative in India, Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and N.C. Saxena, Member, National Advisory Council.
Right to Food in India
Biraj Patnaik, Principal Advisor to the Supreme Court Food Commission on the impact of the Food Security Act 2013 and the role of civil society in ensuring every Indian has enough food to eat.