UN City Copenhagen, 16 April 2019 – 821 million people go to bed hungry every night and eradicating hunger has become one of the most important challenges of our time. The UN World Food Programme (WFP) is working every day around the world to achieve Zero Hunger by 2030. In a fast-moving world, the challenges posed by this mission are constantly changing, and so are the tools and approaches that can be used to overcome them.
Technology, Innovation & the End of Hunger is an immersive exhibition produced by WFP. Visitors are invited to experience how technology helps WFP know more, know better and serve better.
WFP’s Nordic Office invites you to experience the exhibition during the four days it is on display in UN City Copenhagen. Please find an overview of all events below:
Tuesday 23 April:
As part of the Techvelopment Spring event series, the UN World Food Programme invites you to the launch of the exhibition; an exclusive conversation about innovation technology in humanitarian action between Ulla Tørnæs, Denmark’s Minister for Development Cooperation, and Robert Opp, Director of Innovation and Change Management at WFP.
The event takes place on Tuesday 23 April in UN City Copenhagen. Coffee will be served from 14:00 and the event will start at 15:00.
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Wednesday 24 April:
Tech for zero hunger – WFP & Foodstack Community: The UN World Food Programme and the Foodstack Community invites you to an evening about using tech to help refugees gain access to healthy and nutritious food.
Come and join us in UN City Copenhagen to find out how you can support this important work!
Read more about the event and how to sign up here
Thursday 25 April:
How can innovations and new technology help us reach the Sustainable Development Goals?
As part of the Techvelopment Spring event series, the UN World Food Programme (WFP) and UN Women invite you to a #Techvelopment mingle – an evening about innovation and technology in the field of humanitarian and development work. Speakers are Anne Poulsen, Director of WFP’s Nordic Office and Caroline Rusten, Director of UN Women’s Nordic Office.
The event takes place on Thursday 25 April in UN City Copenhagen. Doors open at 17:00 and the event will start at 18:00. Please note that we have limited capacity.
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