By Aamon Butao
The Civil Society Organization Nutrition Alliance(CSONA) says the Malawi stands to benefit a lot from the United Nations’ first food summit slated for September next year.
According to the organization, the event will provide opportunity to delegates to discuss building food resilience across the world.
Mike Khunga, an official from CSONA, has told Timveni the summit will also dwell on solutions to hunger in times of natural disasters like floods.
Khunga emphasized access to quality food is a fundamental aspect in achieving Sustainable Development Goals by the year 2030.
He said countries have been tasked to conduct food system dialogues to ensure wide consultation ahead of the summit.