Food Security: Building Resilience in the Face of Crisis Live Online Discussion/Lecture
- Development and implementation of an effective plan to achieve food security
- Systems and techniques to weather disruptions due to disasters and emergencies
- Incorporating the private sector into the national dialogue and planning for food security.
Lecturer - Jeannette Tramhel is a Senior Legal Officer with the Department of International Law of the Secretariat for Legal Affairs at the Organization of American States. She has been involved in private international law, commercial, business and trade law for over 20 years as a practicing lawyer and staff member of the OAS and UNCITRAL. She holds an LL.B. from Queen’s University in Canada, an LL.M. from Georgetown University (with distinction) and is a member of the bar in Ontario and New York. She also holds degrees in agriculture and environmental design and has worked as an international development professional in partnership with communities in Southeast Asia, Africa, Central America and the Caribbean to orchestrate projects that address complex issues of food security and sustainable development.
Watch the recorded webinar at 2021 FOOD SECURITY: RESILIENCE IN THE FACE OF CRISIS - BUILDING BACK BETTER