World Food DayEveryone, Everywhere
Should have access to safe, nutritious and sufficient food.
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World Food Day
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Ecofunomics 2023- Annual Journal
Prof. Sajal Lahiri, Southern Illinois (USA), will featured in our annual magazine, Socio-Cacophony: A Walk Down the Social Issues Lane.
Collaboration with Sivanath Sastri College (Calcutta University)
Ecofunomics LLP has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Sivanath Sastri College, aiming to provide their students with Statistical software and Data analysis training.
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A hundred years ago, the first fast-food restaurant was established in the United States of America. However, shreds of evidence prove that over two thousand years ago, we had fast-food restaurants. A recent excavation says that Pompeii, a Romanian civilization, had fast-food restaurants over two thousand years ago.
Whenever the word ‘poverty’ pierces our eardrums, our brain instantly conceptualizes it as a paradigm of “lack of money”, almost without any hesitation. Undoubtedly, this is the first and the foremost of all, but it is certainly inadequate to express the plethora of problems that are associated with the word, or the ‘term’ as an economist might be comfortable in calling it.
DID YOU KNOW?
World Food Day 2023 will focus on the theme, ‘Water is Life, Water is Food. Leave No One Behind‘. The theme aims to highlight the critical role of water for life on earth and water as the foundation of our food.
Heidi Kühn of the United States will receive the 2023 World Food Prize for her farmer-focused development model that revitalizes farmland, food security, livelihoods, and resilience after devastating conflict.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations that leads international efforts to defeat hunger. Its Latin motto, fiat panis, translates as “let there be bread”.
In every healthy meal we enjoy, let’s be mindful of the change we can instigate. Our love for food extends beyond our plates- it extends to the very heart of our communities.
Article curated by Ms. Jyoti Agarwal, Research Associate.