World Food Forum - Education



World Food Forum - Education

Global Education Fair

The World Food Forum’s (WFF) Global Education Fair brings together student-led projects from across the globe, highlighting the importance of  “Healthy Diets. Healthy Planet.

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 on this webpage, you can contact us through [email protected].

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

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.

Atreya Manaswi - Florida SSEF Video Presentation - Junior Animal Sciences | Novel Second Year Study

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.


WFF Participates in Snack the System Event to Empower Youth for Agrifood Systems Change

On 22 May, the World Food Forum (WFF) team participated in Snack the System, an event organized by Bites of Transfoodmation and hosted by Casali del Pino, an organic farm and touristic destination located a few kilometers outside of Rome. The event brough

WFF attends Snack the System Event in Milan

On 7 May, the World Food Forum (WFF) attended its first ever in-person event hosted by Snack the System at the House of Switzerland in Milan, a pop-up event platform connecting Italy to Switzerland. From interactive exhibitions, engaging discussions and

YUNGA Energy Lab

The Global Bioenergy Partnership (GBEP) in collaboration with the Youth and United Nations Global Alliance (YUNGA) organized the Energy Lab as part of the Education Track of the World Food Forum (WFF), to provide youth with knowledge and actionable solutions to drive agrifood systems transformation and inspire the creation of a better food future for all.

Stories from local heroes fighting climate change, protecting biodiversity, and improving nutrition!

The Food and Nutrition Division of FAO looks for stories of young local actors dedicating their skills and time to fight climate change, protect biodiversity and improve nutrition in their communities.


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