Sustainable Food Security through Land Regeneration in a Changing Climate




Beating Famine Southern Africa Conference Declaration

May 21, 2015

The Southern Africa Beating Famine Conference was a unique opportunity for key individuals and organisations to come together and collaborate on the best ways to scale up practices which address food security in a changing climate. Over the course of our conference participants were able to learn about the current technologies, projects and innovations which are being used to tackle these pertinent issues. Participants were then able to use this knowledge to develop country and regional plans which detailed how land regeneration and food security goals would be met in their specific contexts.  The culmination of these discussions, country plans and thematic sessions was the development of our Conference Declaration: a set of statements which highlight the key food security and climate change issues as seen by participants and our recommendations for addressing them.

One response to “Beating Famine Southern Africa Conference Declaration”

  1. I on behalf of the Youth in Climate Change & Sustainable Development Organization here in Lilongwe Malawi would also appreciate World Vision Australia and World Agroforestry Centre for coming up with the Beating Famine Conference for Southern Africa and more especially here in Malawi. It is indeed my singular honor to declare that all the sentiments that were discussed and proved to be the major aspects that will bring Sustainable Food Security back to its original stand before this perilous change of the Climatic Condition. It was nice and am proud of it. Lets all keep on exploring and declaring more Ideas into achievements. The Youth are happy and wishes to have more feedbacks from the Declarations. Thanks for now and bye.

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