At the World Food Prize Foundation, we are eager to report our progress and address key issues related to global food security. I am pleased to use this blog to connect with each of you about the next era of the Foundation. - Barbara Stinson, President of the World Food Prize Foundation
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Welcome to the 2022 Borlaug Dialogue, Feeding a Fragile World. We have one week until we kick off three days of inspiring deliberations on the huge challenges ahead and the progress needed to feed our fragile world.
We are grateful that many of you will be traveling to Des Moines...
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Today, the White House holds a conference on hunger, nutrition, and health. The goal of the conference is to “end hunger and increase healthy eating and physical activity by 2030, so that fewer Americans experience diet-related diseases like diabetes, obesity, and hypertension.” The World Food Prize Foundation is committed to...
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2021 World Food Prize Laureate
Last week, I announced the 2021 World Food Prize Laureate - the second person from the Caribbean, the first woman of Asian heritage and the seventh woman to receive the World Food Prize
Shakuntala Haraksingh Thilsted!
Dr. Thilsted was chosen by our distinguished Laureate Selection Committee...
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Becoming President of the World Food Prize Foundation was a dream come true for me, a chance to advance the legacy of Dr. Norman E. Borlaug, inspiring critical action to end hunger around the globe. While 2020 brought many unanticipated challenges for us all, we at the Foundation also learned...
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Defining Right Action: Locally and Globally
Over the last few months, the World Food Prize Foundation (WFPF) is evolving our programs and practices in light of COVID-19. We are working to develop new directions for all of our activities through extensive research and consultation with many partners.
Now, on the special...