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Opinion | BY CAROL THIESSEN, NYAMBURA GITHAIGA | October 17, 2022
Canada needs to bolster local food producers, particularly women, to grow a variety of nutritious foods that would contribute to healthy diets, write Nyambura Githaiga and Carol Thiessen. Photograph courtesy of Pexels
Opinion | BY CAROL THIESSEN, NYAMBURA GITHAIGA | October 17, 2022
Opinion | BY CAROL THIESSEN, NYAMBURA GITHAIGA | October 17, 2022
Canada needs to bolster local food producers, particularly women, to grow a variety of nutritious foods that would contribute to healthy diets, write Nyambura Githaiga and Carol Thiessen. Photograph courtesy of Pexels
Opinion | BY NYAMBURA GITHAIGA | August 18, 2021
A woman holds her severely malnourished young child in a camp for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Mogadishu, pictured July 15, 2011. Effectively responding to famine is a long game. In the medium to long term, Canada should continue to invest in food security, nutrition-sensitive climate adaptive agriculture and economic development to prevent famine. Canada must act now and stay engaged to prevent famine, writes Nyambura Githaiga. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/UN/Stuart Price
Opinion | BY NYAMBURA GITHAIGA | August 18, 2021
Opinion | BY NYAMBURA GITHAIGA | August 18, 2021
A woman holds her severely malnourished young child in a camp for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Mogadishu, pictured July 15, 2011. Effectively responding to famine is a long game. In the medium to long term, Canada should continue to invest in food security, nutrition-sensitive climate adaptive agriculture and economic development to prevent famine. Canada must act now and stay engaged to prevent famine, writes Nyambura Githaiga. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/UN/Stuart Price
Opinion | BY NYAMBURA GITHAIGA | October 14, 2020
International Development Minister Karina Gould is pictured on June 1, 2020. Canada is already actively working to improve multilateral co-operation on food security and COVID-19, writes Nyambura Githaiga. In April, Ms. Gould co-convened a UN gathering to discuss the potential impacts of COVID-19 on food security and the need to strengthen food systems. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY NYAMBURA GITHAIGA | October 14, 2020
Opinion | BY NYAMBURA GITHAIGA | October 14, 2020
International Development Minister Karina Gould is pictured on June 1, 2020. Canada is already actively working to improve multilateral co-operation on food security and COVID-19, writes Nyambura Githaiga. In April, Ms. Gould co-convened a UN gathering to discuss the potential impacts of COVID-19 on food security and the need to strengthen food systems. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY NYAMBURA GITHAIGA | August 24, 2018
Canada has committed to spending at least $250-million per year for food assistance, as part of the portfolio controlled by International Development Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY NYAMBURA GITHAIGA | August 24, 2018
Opinion | BY NYAMBURA GITHAIGA | August 24, 2018
Canada has committed to spending at least $250-million per year for food assistance, as part of the portfolio controlled by International Development Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade