Food For Thought – Week Four

Peace Nakitto, Self Help Africa Gender and nutrition advisor uganda: gender and food security

Welcome back to Food for Thought: How to Feed the World in the 21st Century. Great to have you join us again.

This week, we have Peace Nakitto, Self Help Africa’s Gender and Nutrition Advisor in Uganda. Peace will take us through gender and how it relates to food production and food security.

We’re now over halfway through Food for Thought! You can catch up on previous previous Food for Thought as follows:

Week 1, with Kenya’s Maggie Ngetha providing an outline to the course is available here.

Hugh Bergin’s look at the SDGs, and Ireland’s role in creating the UN Global Goals is here.

And Arran Towers’ presentation on Global Food Systems can be found here.

Now it’s time for Week 4 of Food for Thought with Peace Nakitto – press play on the video below for this week’s presentation. Links to more Food for Thought and further reading on the topic are available at the bottom of the page.

A little more Food for Thought…

Ireland’s international development policy: ‘A Better World’.

UN FAO’s Gender Resources

More information on the Global Health 50/50 Initiative

Further reading on Self Help Africa’s gender work