Global Panel Policy Brief Launch: Harnessing Aquaculture for Healthy Diets expert discussion exploring policy and investment opportunities for the growth of nutrition-sensitive aquaculture in developing countries. The event aims to encourage and support policymakers, funders and researchers by providing options for nutrition-sensitive aquaculture policies to help deliver sustainable, healthy diets for all.

This Webinar will be held on Monday, 15 February 2021, 20:00-21:30  (UTC+8)  and the same day 06:00 PM in Asthana Dhaka.

Aquatic foods offer a life-changing opportunity for the hundreds of millions of undernourished people around the world, particularly in low- and middle-income countries. They have an integral role to play in a sustainable food systems transformation for healthy people and planet.

Aquaculture is one of the fastest growing food sectors globally. The quantity of aquatic foods produced through fish farming is expected to exceed that of fisheries by the end of this decade. It's sustainable and equitable growth offers an opportunity to achieve multiple 2030 UN Sustainable Development Goals. However, aquatic food systems are largely missing from key global food policy discussions and decision-making.

The launch of the latest Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition policy brief 'Harnessing aquaculture for healthy diets' explores the opportunities and benefits that aquaculture offers to global food security, nutrition, health, employment, and the natural environment.  

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