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The FAO Liaison Office in Geneva announces the launch of its first Photo Contest

The WFF launches the third edition of its Film Festival

The World Food Forum is pleased to announce the launch of its third annual Film Festival!

Applications for the second cohort of the WFF Young Scientists Group are now open until 1 March

The World Food Forum (WFF) is happy to announce the open call for applications for the second cohort that will run for a two-year period from 2023 to 2025.

Open Call for Applications: WFF Youth Focal Points Group

The World Food Forum Focal Points Group is now opening up a call for applications for interested individuals between the ages of 18 and 35 years to join the team.


Are you a young farmer or agripreneur in Africa who is introducing new technologies or approaches to tackle climate change, food loss and waste, or malnutrition? Are you a community organizer or a policy advocate who is creating inclusive space for people.


The 2022 Transformative Research Challenge (TRC) aims to inspire research and innovation in sustainable development to end hunger and transform our agrifood systems. In order to gather as many applications from around the world, the deadline has been exte


Now is the time to submit your short film! We are looking for inspiring stories, both fiction and non-fiction, that will trigger a positive impact in the areas of food security, nutrition, gastronomy and more to facilitate agrifood systems transformation. This year’s special award is centered around the 2022 theme: Healthy Diets. Healthy Planet.


The World Food Forum (WFF) gathers major youth groups, influencers, companies, academic institutions, non-profits, governments, media and the public to drive awareness, engagement and advocacy, as well as mobilize resources in support of agrifood systems


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.


The WFF Youth Mechanism is an independent group of young people that serves as the governing and decision-making body of the Youth Action Track. It leads all WFF Youth Action initiatives, which center around programmes for supporting capacity building, actionable solutions, and education on food and agriculture policy topics.


Calling all young dancers, musicians and singers in Africa, we need your help! Join the WFF “Afrobeat for better production, nutrition, environment and life” awareness-raising campaign. Apply now or nominate someone you know To support the World Food Forum.


The World Food Forum (WFF), in collaboration with the United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth (MGCY) Regional Focal Point for Africa is calling on youth and youth entities who engage in agriculture and food-related areas in Africa to join the global discussion on agri-food systems transformation.


Use this extra time to refine your submission for the World Food Forum Transformative Research Challenge. Do not miss this opportunity to transform our agri-food systems through science.   Apply now Submission deadline: Sunday 27 June 2021 23:59 (CEST)


Are you a young filmmaker that wants to tell the world stories that will inspire behavioural change and play an essential role in transforming our agri-food systems? Now is the time to submit your short film!


Are you an amateur or professional video maker with a youthful mind? Do you want to take part in the transformation of our agri-food systems? The new Actors4Change Social Media Challenge is now live. We want to feature the unique and sustainable agrifood systems.