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13th GFFA 18-22 January 2021 How to Feed the World in Times of
Pandemics and Climate Change?
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13th GFFA 18-22 January 2021 How to Feed the World in Times of
Pandemics and Climate Change?
Keep me informed Background
13th GFFA 18-22 January 2021 How to Feed the World in Times of
Pandemics and Climate Change?
Keep me informed Background

13th GFFA 18-22 January 2021

How to Feed the World in Times of Pandemics and Climate Change?

We provide a platform for world food affairs

  • The Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (GFFA) is an international conference on agri-food policy issues.
  • For the past twelve years it has been held at the beginning of the International Green Week in Berlin.
  • Around 2,000 international visitors from politics, industry, science and civil society discuss a central topic/theme.
  • On the last day of the conference, the world’s largest informal Conference of Agriculture Ministers takes place – a highlight of the GFFA.
  • Approximately 70 agriculture ministers from around the world as well as high-level representatives from more than ten international organizations adopt a joint political communiqué on the respective central theme.
  • High-ranking guests, such as Prince Charles, Ban Ki-moon, Angela Merkel and Josefa Sacko have in recent years contributed to GFFA with keynotes speeches.
  • 146 countries with their delegations have previously participated in the GFFA.
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“Our cooperation is needed to implement the human right to food worldwide! The GFFA provides the ideal platform for this.”
Julia Klöckner
Federal Minister for Food and Agriculture
“ICT must be applied along agriculture value chains to fight poverty, create platforms for farmers and reduce urban-rural disparity.”
Qu Dongyu
Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
“The agricultural industry still remains too vital in global production and trade. So let´s actively embrace GFFA 2020 and participate in it.”
Akullo Sharon Atoo
Uganda National Farmers Federation (UNFFE)
“Tomorrow´s farmer is both a producer of food and a provider of ecosystem services. Governments should put in place the right incentives to back that vision up.”
Martien Van Nieuwkoop
Global Director, Agriculture and Food Global Practice, World Bank

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