The FAO and the African Union have committed to supporting access to food and nutrition for Africa's most vulnerable, minimising disruptions, and keeping borders open on the continent for the food and agriculture trades.
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The traditional Mediterranean diet is said to be widely recognised for its multiple health benefits and low environmental footprint.
A study, led by Wageningen University, has revealed that over a third of sub-Saharan households experience severely unreliable access to food, and almost half lack diversity in their diet.
FAO Director-General, Qu Dongyu, discussed the future of food systems development, and areas of focus, at the High-Level Side Event, "Countdown to 2030: Transforming our Food Systems to Achieve the SDGs."