Local Action for a Better Food Future
Think global – act local. Real changes start locally- in communities, cities, and countries. The World Food Forum (WFF) is committed to driving tangible impact by working with youth leaders to translate our initiatives at the country level. Through targeted capacity-building and leadership development programs, the WFF aims to equip youth leaders with the skills and knowledge needed to drive sustainable agrifood systems change at the local level.
By fostering a sense of ownership and agency among young people, the WFF seeks to create a movement for positive change that can drive lasting impact and transform our food systems for the better. By working together and acting at the local level, we can create a ripple effect of positive change that has the power to transform our world.
Creating sustainable and equitable agrifood systems requires collective action at the local and global levels. By fostering connections between communities and leveraging the resources of the World Food Forum, we can make real progress towards a better food future for all. If you are interested in supporting local initiatives or establishing a WFF National Chapter, be sure to check out the WFF National Chapter Blueprint.
The WFF National Chapter Blueprint is a comprehensive guide for groups and organizations interested in mobilizing youth-led action to promote sustainable agrifood systems in their communities, cities, and countries. By establishing WFF National Chapters, young people can drive positive change, influence policy, and bring long-lasting transformation to local agrifood systems.