Ethiopia hosted a high-level event today on the sidelines of the 37th Ordinary Session of the African Union’s Assembly of Heads of State and Government, with the theme “Africa Can Be Food Self-Reliant: Climate-Smart Solutions and Cologitech c270 microphone not working balenciaga 2017 shoes archivador cajonera carpetas colgantes nike air max 90 costume leopardato triangolo Italy comprar fatos de treino adidas baratos puma suede classic velvet sneakers in cordovan leather calfskin velvet tongue and toe cap costume leopardato triangolo Italy meilleur lampe uv dänisches bettenlager lounge set callaway reva femme kallax korkekiilto hylly blogspot años 20 hombre disfraz brandon aiyuk jersey polaroid κάμερα llective Action for Food System Transformation.”

Sahile-Work Zewde, President of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, delivered the opening remarks at the panel discussion, emphasizing the importance of developing a climate-resilient continent.

President Sahle-Work also highlighted Ethiopia’s Green Legacy initiative as an illustration for achieving food self-sufficiency and a climate-resilient continent.

The panel discussion, which was held in the Adwa Victory Memorial, provided opportunities for summit participants to share their experiences in addressing key challenges in African food systems.

Challenges in adapting to climate change, establishing food sovereignty, overcoming inadequate infrastructure and market access, and developing innovative farming technologies were discussed.

The panel discussion aimed to leverage a more digital, interconnected, and inclusive global environment.

The event brought together stakeholders and leaders from various African countries, as well as ministers and development agency executives.

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