Ensuring Food Security in Asia

 

Marie Lisa Dacanay, ISEA President, 2019 Social Innovator Thought Leader Awardee of Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship and Focal Point of the Social and Community Enterprise Constituency of the Asia Pacific Regional Civil Society Engagement Mechanism (AP-RCEM), introduces COVID-19 Social Enterprise Response and Visioning Effort (SERVE) in Asia. She also shares a pilot in the Philippines to scale up vegetable seed-to-table systems for food security.

 

This is her Catalyzing Change session as part of Catalyst2030, a global initiative of social innovators collaborating in this urgent moment to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

 


 

Food Security Roundtable Discussion

Catalyst 2030, a global movement of social entrepreneurs and social innovators wanting to contribute to accelerating the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has initiated a global round table discussion on various themes towards influencing the UN High Level Political Forum and the World Economic Forum in defining ways forward amidst the challenges of COVID19.

 

Marie Lisa Dacanay, ISEA President, was invited as a panelist on the RTD on Food Security and Agriculture. In this RTD, she shared perspectives on scaling up and policy recommendations for mainstreaming our evolving 3S for Food Security Platform (Sustainable agriculture and fishery, Social entrepreneurship, Seed-to-table systems).

 

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