IFIAD hosted a seminar with Dr Jannie Armstrong on 21st April 2023 on Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC). The seminar introduced the IPC’s approach to assessing and analysing food crises, giving examples from the most pressing humanitarian emergencies on the planet. At the centre of the IPC’s approach is consensus, through which multi-sectoral expertise comes together to converge evidence,
IFIAD hosted a roundtable discussion with Ms Satu Santala, Associate Vice President for External Relations, and Governance at the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), on 2nd November 2022. The meeting was opened by Ms Sarah Hunt, Policy Director, Irish Aid, and chaired by Prof. Charles Spillane, Director of the Ryan Institute, and Chair of IFIAD. The meeting provided an
Delegates from agribusiness incubators and Enterprise Support Organizations in Africa visited Ireland in November 2022 to meet with key representatives from the Irish agri-food incubation ecosystem including state agencies, incubators, accelerators, social enterprises, educators, and investor networks. The 27-member delegation from Kenya, Malawi, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe visited some of Ireland’s flagship agri-food incubation initiatives such as Teagasc
IFIAD hosted the FAO Director-General H.E. QU Dongyu during his official visit to Ireland. Minister Pippa Hackett, Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine joined an IFIAD roundtable chaired by Prof. Charles Spillane with Irish development aid agencies, universities and youth representatives at EPIC museum, Dublin.
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