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Share and learn from other food security practitioners during the

Food Security COVID-19 Learning Event!

Facilitated by IDEAL, the Food Security COVID-19 Learning Event will create an opportunity for emergency and non-emergency practitioners of USAID/Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance-funded activities to: 

 Pause and reflect on the lessons learned so far from implementing emergency and non-emergency food security activities during the COVID-19 pandemic;
 Explore innovations and adaptations resulting from the response to a changing environment; 
 Discuss the implications and applicability of lessons learned and adaptations across pandemic contexts to situations beyond COVID-19; and 
 Network with colleagues to establish and strengthen relationships for peer-to-peer collaboration and learning.  

The Food Security COVID-19 Learning Event will be centered around four thematic areas informed by our consultations with implementing partners:

 Empowered and Informed Decision-Making
 Challenges and Opportunities in a Virtual World
 Localization and Collaboration
 Risk Communication and Community Engagement

Click here to learn more about the thematic areas and session formats of the event.
 Click here to read about the event in French.
 Click here to read about the event in Spanish.

Stay tuned for updates on agenda, sessions, speakers and more!

This event is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
The contents are the responsibility of the Implementer-led Design, Evidence, Analysis and Learning (IDEAL) Activity and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.