Farmers have an important role to play in fighting food losses across the world, helping meet targets for food security and climate change. In Africa, efforts are taking off to improve farming practices, cold chain technology and more to help farmers ensure more of the food they grow can make it to market and people's plates.

Join us June 3 to hear what are the biggest challenges to fighting food losses on the continent as well as the biggest solutions, and how farmers can advance progress.

This event is part of The Food Waste Series of webinars hosted by Champions 12.3, the coalition of public and private sector leaders committed to helping the world achieve SDG 12.3’s call to halve food loss and waste by 2030.


  • Lindiwe Sibanda, Co-Chair, Global Alliance for Climate Smart Agriculture
  • Sofia Ahmed, WRI Africa and Food and Land Use Coalition
  • Theo De Jager, President, World Farmers’ Organization
  • Esben Lunde Larsen, Fellow, Food Program, WRI (moderator)