COVID-19 is disrupting food, public health, and social protection systems and undermining the food and nutrition security of households in communities around the world. Our panelists will examine the convergence of COVID-19 and food insecurity in Guatemala, Senegal, and the United States and the four pillars that build the food and nutrition security framework: availability, access, utilization, and stability.
Wednesday, February 10th, from 1-2PM ET
Allison Lacko, Senior Nutrition Policy and Research Analyst, Food Research & Action Center (FRAC)
Maria Ester Bucaro, Guatemala Chief of Party, Counterpart International
Kathryn Lane, Senegal Chief of Party, Counterpart International
Moderated by Norma Toussaint, Senior Program Manager, Counterpart International