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The second installment of World Food Forum’s (WFF) Global Education Fair, in 2023, brought together student-led projects from across the globe, highlighting the importance of this year's theme “Agrifood systems transformation accelerates Climate Action.

The World Food Forum aims to create a global movement of young people taking action for a better food future. Join us in this movement and show your projects on a global scale. We will feature initiatives from different parts of the world highlighting how young people are taking action to create a healthier planet for all. Explore these different topics and maybe you too can get inspired to take action.

If your school or youth group would like to be featured in the fair for 2024, you can start thinking and preparing your project for the next awards now!

Projects featured here may even be in with a chance of presenting again at our flagship event in October 2024!

Stay tuned: you will be able to to submit your project here within thge next few month.

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Education GEF - PNGAus Partnership Secondary Schools (PASS) initiative

PNGAus Partnership Secondary Schools (PASS) initiative

The Food Security Design Sprint and Growing Food for the Future Guided Project are both initiatives from the PNGAus Partnership Secondary Schools (PASS) Initiative. Over 300 Secondary Students from Papua New Guinea and Australia were involved in this initiative using the design thinking process to come up with solutions and opportunities for Food Security. The PNGAus Partnership Secondary Schools initiative is managed by Tetra Tech International Development on behalf of the Australian Government, supported by Asia Education Foundation at Asialink, The University of Melbourne.

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Education GEF - LMF News 2

LMF News 2 (Liceo Manfredo Fanti News - Carpi, Italy)

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Education GEF - LMF News 1

LMF News 1 (Liceo Manfredo Fanti News - Carpi, Italy)

Our LMF News (Liceo Manfredo Fanti News) simulates the coverage of our version of the forthcoming FAO World Food Forum Flagship event based on our school projects with FAO and the Embassies of Afghanistan and Honduras. The focus is on food security as well as on the importance of healthy food for everyone, especially children.

The agri-food systems in these countries are pressured by conflict, climate change, pests and plagues, impacting on the availability of and access to food. Our journalists interviewed a number of delegations representing these countries to discuss these topics featuring education and women as possible solutions for the creation of healthy diets for a healthy planet.

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Education GEF - Atreya Manaswi

Atreya Manaswi - Novel Second Year Study

Atreya Manaswi is a 10th-grade student at Orlando Science High School in Orlando, Florida. He has been involved in university-level laboratory academic research since the age of twelve and has won regional, national, and international awards for his extensive honeybee conservation research. His accolades include 1st place at  National Broadcom MASTERS STEM Competition and Highest Honors in the International BioGENEius Conference.

His project described here was the first of three years of his research on a major honeybee pest: the small hive beetle.

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Education GEF - Philippines Service Learning

Philippines Service Learning

Philippines Service Learning (PSL) is a student-led initiative from students at Chadwick International School, South Korea. The service-oriented club that strives to support the basic needs of the marginalized students and their families in Camarines Norte, Philippines, currently working with three schools.

The nutrition service project, a school meal program, is one of the the main initiatives of PSL, providing breakfast and lunch to 160 students across the three schools.

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Minimizing Food Waste: A Recipe for Joyful Holidays
Minimizing Food Waste: A Recipe for Joyful Holidays
19/12/2023

Food waste can be addressed through conscious choices and persistence and it need not be any different during holiday parties.

Young Insights: Ines Lario de Miguel
Young Insights: Ines Lario de Miguel
28/11/2023

Empowering the future at FAO: An unforgettable experience meeting world leaders

Young Insights: Agata Celestini
Young Insights: Agata Celestini
27/11/2023

A day at FAO: Changing old ways one day at a time.

Unleashing young voices: Youth reporters take the spotlight at the World Food Forum flagship event
Unleashing young voices: Youth reporters take the spotlight at the World Food Forum flagship event
22/11/2023

The Education Track not only allowed the young reporters to brush shoulders with leaders but also provided a platform for them to share their own visions...

 

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