Over 800 million people live in hunger-stricken areas. The majority of those live in conflict zones.
Ensuring quantity and quality of water for survival, but also for food production in the context of agricultural intensification, is essential to mitigate the risk of mass migration conflict.
On this special edition of Inside Story from the Doha Forum, we ask: Are the current world food governance support systems enough to mitigate current risks?
And what can be done to avoid price volatility and its impact on the poorest?
Presenter: Dareen Abughaida
Pablo Campana – Ecuador’s Minister of Foreign Trade and Investments
Bader Al-Dafa – executive director at Global Dryland Alliance (GDA)
Miguel Angel Moratinos – future UN High Representative for the Alliance of Civilisations
Djimé Adoum – executive secretary of Permanent Interstates Committee for Drought Control in the Sahel, CILSS
Source: Al Jazeera