IOFS Celebrates World Food Day

Country: Kazakhstan
IOFS Celebrates World Food Day
16 October 2023

On World Food Day 2023, the Islamic Organization for Food Security (IOFS) joins FAO and reaffirms its commitment to combating hunger, malnutrition, and food insecurity within the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and beyond.

- With millions of people facing food shortages and acute food insecurity, it is our collective responsibility to work together and find sustainable solutions to ensure no one goes to bed hungry.

- Food security is not just a necessity; it’s a fundamental human right. By focusing on resilience, sustainability, and equitable access to nutritious food, we can build a better future for all.

- As we mark World Food Day, let us reflect on the importance of agriculture, sustainable food systems, and the need to address the root causes of food insecurity, including climate change, poverty, and conflict.

- Through initiatives like the Africa Food Security Initiative (AFSI) and the Afghanistan Food Security Program (AFSP), IOFS continues to make a significant impact in ensuring food security for vulnerable communities.

We invite you to join us in this mission. Together, we can make a difference and work towards a world where no one has to endure the pain of hunger.

Happy World Food Day!