MENA Food Security Digi-Conference
In recent years, governments across the Middle East have developed a robust food security strategy for their nations to ensure access to safe, nutritious, and sufficient food all year round. Improving the local produce has been one of the top priorities for these authorities and this has been complemented by the innovations in the agritech space that have helped farms to improve their products in the arid environment.
The COVID-19 situation has increased the need for the MENA region to be self-dependent and is rapidly reforming food security readiness. This has fast-tracked the move by modernizing the food production sector by implementing innovative technologies and practises.
The fourth DigiConference of the MENA Food Security Forum series will focus on the latest trends and innovations in the food production sector and the opportunities in improving the quality and quantity of local production. This DigiConference will bring together C-suite executives from government, non-government organizations, private sector, and consumers across the Middle East and North Africa along with global tech players.