Published on February 4, 2012 at 4:43 AM
More than "50 food security officials from 30 countries, and international and regional organizations" are meeting at the State Department in Washington, D.C., this week to discuss the L'Aquila Joint Statement on Global Food Security, which was endorsed at the 2009 G8 Summit and "mark[ed] a turning point for international efforts to achieve sustainable global food security," according to a State Department media note. Participants "will discuss coordination efforts between partner and donor governments; investments in research to improve food security; tracking progress toward meeting the L'Aquila commitments; and using Managing for Development Results to enhance the impact of investments in food security," the media note states (2/2).
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