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SEPTEMBER 10, 2018
Shenggen Fan emphasizes the urgency to accelerate progress to end hunger and malnutrition—see his and other short videos from Marco Ferroni, Justin Lin, and David Nabarro.

“Malnutrition is a complicated issue because it has to do with cultural factors, educational factors, economic factors, and so on.”
MARCO FERRONI

Chair of the CGIAR System Management Board


“Sharing success stories and innovative ideas will help us achieve #zerohunger and the other #SDGs worldwide by 2030.”
JUSTIN YIFU LIN

Director of New Structural Economics, Dean of the Institute of South-South Cooperation and Development and honorary dean, National School of Development at Peking University, China


“Every government and every organization everywhere should put enormous energy into ensuring that people are well nourished...it is one of the most powerful ways to ensure they can give the greatest possible intellectual and physical contribution to the future of their communities and nations.”
DAVID NABARRO

2018 World Food Prize Laureate

Do you have an interesting

ELECTRONIC RESOURCE or E-POSTER?

Contribute it to the conference’s Acceleration Fair— a physical and online space for exchanging ideas, novel approaches, and technologies on accelerating the end of hunger and malnutrition.

Calling young filmmakers: Submit a video with your best idea to accelerate progress! Top submissions will be screened for our live audience in Bangkok.


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