Vegetable vendor Sansi in the suburbs of Arusha.


People from communities that have faced hunger will share insights into their resilience, the challenges they face, and their innovations and successes. The programme will bring succinct reports from all over the world related to the growing numbers of people facing food insecurity.

Co-organized by the World Council of Churches and the Civil Society and Indigenous Peoples' Mechanism, the discussion will prepare participants for the 50th Plenary Session of the Committee on World Food Security, which is reconvening in Rome on 19 December.

The webinar will be in English with simultaneous interpretation in French and Spanish.

Speakers will include:

Rev. Dr Kenneth Mtata, the Director of Public Witness and Diakonia will welcome the gathering.

Dr David Nabarro, co-lead, UN Global Crisis Response Group and special envoy of WHO director general for COVID-19

André Luzzi (HIC, Brazil), co-coordinator of the CSIPM Global Food Governance working group

Rev. Dr Angelique Walker-Smith, WCC president from North America

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