Event Title: Advances and Scientific Merits in Food Security and Hunger.

ID: 20590


Title/Topic
Advances and Scientific Merits in Food Security and Hunger.
Provider
Endling Scientific Merits, USA
Venue
Cape Town, South Africa
City/Town
Cape Town
State/Prov
Western Cape
Country
South Africa
Event Type
Conference
Date of event
20 Feb 2020
Duration
FEBRUARY 20-22, 2020
Who should attend?
Encounter the target market members from across the globe, committed to learn about Food security imaging techniques • This is the best opportunity to outreach the largest gathering of participants from around the world. • Conduct presentations, distribute and update knowledge about the current situation of Food security & Hunger research technique and receive name recognition at this 3-days event. • World-eminent speakers, most recent researchers, latest treatment techniques and the advanced updates in food Hunger are the principal features of this conference
Fees (link)
http://www.foodsecurityesm.com/register.php
CPD/CME Points
Summary of event
Endling Scientific Merits to organize an international conference on Advances and Scientific Merits in Food Security and Hunger February 20-22, 2020. The main aim of the conference is to bring research advances aimed to encourage researchers to take the research to international level.
Programme/Speakers
Conference Website: http://www.foodsecurityesm.com/index.php Company Website: http://www.onlineesm.com Abstract Submission: http://www.foodsecurityesm.com/abstract.php
How to register
Online Registration :http://www.foodsecurityesm.com/register.php Contact Us: foodsecurity@onlineesm.com Phone no: +1 612 345 3834
Additional Information
Food security is a complex problem that must be tackled on several different levels family, community, country and internationally.Freedom from Hunger focuses on the grassroots of the problem, creating self-help solutions that families can use to address the three key elements of food security. The global food security challenge is straightforward by 2050; the world must feed 9 billion people. The demand for food will be 60% greater than it is today. The United Nations has set ending hunger, achieving food security and improved nutrition, and promoting sustainable agriculture as the second of its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the year 2030.
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