Conference Hashtag: #AcceleratingZeroHunger


Journalists Learning Exchange Workshop

Preceding the conference on Accelerating the End of Hunger and Malnutrition, IFPRI and FAO have organized a learning exchange workshop with selected journalists. The exchange will introduce participating journalists to analysis, tools, and storylines drawn from research to support the sharing of knowledge and research towards eliminating hunger and malnutrition through in-depth, evidence-based news reporting.

Journalists from South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Africa will participate in the exchange, learning how to use research materials in their reporting, engaging with researchers sharing their latest works, and providing their own insight and expertise on how to interpret and apply research storylines to the news cycle. Participating journalists will also file stories on the conference itself for their regular news outlets.

In the News

The conference is being covered by local and global media outlets.

Press Release

28 November 2018, Bangkok, Thailand – With rising levels of global hunger putting the goal of ending malnutrition in all its forms by 2030 in serious jeopardy, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) have today launched a global conference aimed at urgently accelerating efforts to achieve Zero Hunger worldwide.

Social Media Toolkit

Conference Hashtag: #AcceleratingZeroHunger

For general messaging about conference, side event amplification and branding images.

Winners Circle

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Press Inquiries

Drew Sample
Phone: +1.202.549.5920
Smita Aggarwal
Phone: +66 80 286 7269
Allan Dow
FAO Communications Officer

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