We are thrilled to be working with the following cities. Please click on the profile links to learn more about each city, their food system challenges, vision, strategy and more.
The Food Cities 2022 Partnership Meetings - May - July 2022
Cities in the partnership share their work and explore food system issues together in fortnightly meetings. We invite you to watch these back to learn about their successes and challenges.
The Food Economy
How can cities stimulate a healthier, sustainable food economy?
In the first session we hear from Pune, India, Mzuzu, Malawi, Birmingham, UK and Rajkot, India.
Chair: Vuyo Jayiya, Deputy Head: Agribusiness, Durban, South Africa
Mr. Madhav Jagtap, Deputy Municipal Commissioner - Encroachment Department, Pune Municipal Corporation, India (download presentation)
Catherine Mzumara, Strategical Lead for Mzuzu Food City, Mzuzu, Malawi
Dr Rosemary Jenkins, Public Health Officer – Food System Team, Birmingham, UK (download presentation)
Mr. Amit Arora, Commissioner of Rajkot, Rajkot Municipal Corporation, India (download presentation)
Actions to maximise participation in interventions to support access to healthier, sustainable food.
In the second session we hear from Surat, India, Nairobi, Kenya and Ujjain, India.
Chair: Sukhwinder Singh, Designated Officer-cum-Licensing Authority, Head of Deptt. Food Safety Administration, U.T. Chandigarh, India
Speakers: Dr. Ashish Naik, Deputy Commissioner of Health and Hospital, Surat Municipal Corporation, India (download presentation)
Winfred Katumo, Director of Public Communications, Nairobi City County, Kenya (download presentation)
Mr Anshul Gupta, IAS & Ex-IPS Officer, Ujjain, India (download presentation)
Tackling Food Insecurity
Actions that support the most vulnerable citizens to access nutritious food.
In the third session we hear from Johannesburg, South Africa, Nowapara, Bangladesh and Birmingham, UK.
Chair: Catherine Mzumara, Strategical Lead for Mzuzu Food City, Mzuzu, Malawi
Speakers: Dr Tinashe Mushayanyama, Director: Integrated Policy Planning and Research, City of Johannesburg: Social Development Department (download presentation)
Sumaiya Binte Selim – Nowapara, Bangladesh (download presentation)
Dr Rosemary Jenkins, Birmingham Dr Rosemary Jenkins, Public Health, Food Systems Team in the Public Health division, Birmingham City Council (download presentation)
We are proud to work with a number of exciting international partners
on the FOOD CITIES 2022 Learning Partnership.
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