World Food Forum: FAO Director-General encourages young change-makers to adopt healthy diets for a healthy planet at YUNGA School Assembly

 The youth of today are the change-makers to end hunger, create a better food future for everyone, and build a more environmentally friendly world QU Dongyu, the Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), told attendees of the World Food Forum’s Youth and United Nation Global Alliance (YUNGA) School Assembly event.


Young aspiring entrepreneurs and sustainable diet enthusiasts of all ages are invited to imagine a more generous future of food on 28 September 2021 in an interactive, online World Food Forum (WFF) Masterclass with Iseult Ward.

FAO/GTP Hackathon Challenge 2022: Imagining Apps for Sustainable Agriculture

FAO/GTP Hackathon Challenge 2022: Imagining Apps for Sustainable Agriculture


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.


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

Welcome to the G20 Green Garden

Welcome to the G20 Green Garden Situated in Rome’s famous Appia Antica Park, the G20 Green Garden invites you to reflect on the future of our planet. This open-air museum celebrates biodiversity, nature and Rome’s ancient heritage while calling for global solidarity to create a sustainable future for all.


If you’re between the ages 5 to 19, we want you to use your imagination and create a poster of a food journey. An agri-food system is a complex term but they are a part of our daily lives, every time we eat. The system covers the many different steps our


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

Healthy school meals I prepare - Call for experiences from school foodservice staff

Healthy school meals I prepare - Call for experiences from school foodservice staff

World Food Forum opens to galvanize youth engagement, science and innovation and investment in transforming agrifood systems

Aimed at galvanizing change to how our food is produced, delivered and consumed and mitigating a growing global food crisis, a youth-driven World Food Forum opened today.


The World Food Forum and the Youth United Nations Global Alliance are holding an in-person school assembly during the World Food Forum’s Flagship Event on 19 October 2022.


Call for videos on school food Join FAO’s Junior World Food Day (WFD) campaign by participating to the call for videos on school food from children and school staff. Send us your video in which you explain what food you eat in school, what you enjoy the


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 Tokyo Metropolitan Government Collaborates with the World Food Forum to Ensure a Better Food Future

The World Food Forum and the Tokyo Metropolitan government are pleased to announce their collaboration for the 2022 masterclass documentary.

World Food Forum wraps up five days of melding diverse perspectives to transform agrifood systems

A youth-driven World Food Forum today wrapped up five days of intensive dialogue, networking and investment pitching aimed at addressing the world’s growing food crisis.


On 4th October, more than 250 people from across the world virtually joined the FAO and UNICEF-led masterclass “Revolutionizing food education in youth for more sustainable food pathways”.


Behaviour Science experts will examine the education and youth action case studies “pitched” and discuss how these can be improved to create larger impacts and real change in individuals, communities and national actions.