Join the upcoming (March 29-30 | Washington, DC) Global Food Security Symposium 2017 ! After years of incremental progress in the fight against poverty and malnutrition, eradicating hunger is now within our grasp.
For the first time, the symposium will be a two-day event. Prior to the full day of presentations and report release on March 30, the Council will offer an additional day for participants to engage in solution sessions with global partners.
Didn't have a chance to register? You can still tune in to the live stream on March 29-30. Sign up to receive a live stream email reminder: http://ccga.informz.net/ccga/pages/GFSS_2017.
Building on American ingenuity, international expertise, and historic bipartisan support for food security programming, the United States can help lead struggling nations from instability to prosperity and turn frontier markets into thriving partners.
Cochaired by Douglas Bereuter, president emeritus of The Asia Foundation, and Dan Glickman, former secretary of the US Department of Agriculture, this year's symposium will showcase the best of business, social, and policy innovation.
Top visionaries from every sector will gather to generate the productive dialogue and actions necessary to ensure strides in global food security and agricultural development, and the Council will release its recommendations in a new report.
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