SXSW for a panel discussion on how mobile technology, artificial intelligence, big data and blockchain are transforming how we combat hunger.
Explore the problems facing our vast, complicated, and interconnected food systems around the world as well as solutions to make the path from farm to table more efficient and effective.
World Food Program USA’s Climate Starves panel on April 21 explored the far-reaching impacts of climate change in driving hunger, degrading land and crops, and driving migration.
Our panel explored the state of gender equity in relationship to hunger, and how WFP and others are empowering women to establish successful food systems for all.
A Former Miss USA, New York Times columnist and WFP’s Assistant Executive Director shared their accounts of how global hunger is threatening the health and security of billions of people.