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The Future of Food & Water Systems in Pakistan & Central Asia?

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka, Sep 03 (IPS) - Clara Colton Symmes, Princeton-in-Asia Fellow, International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Sri Lanka   In an Interview with Dr Mohsin Hafeez, Country Representative – Pakistan, Regional Representative – Central AsiaAn intense monsoon season in Pakistan means the country’s food system faces the challenge of both extreme floods and extended droughts.In an effort to address these challenges through cross-sectoral collaboration, Dr. Mohsin Hafeez, IWMI’s Country Representative for Pakistan and Regional Representative for Central Asia, convened a regional dialogue in advance of the UN Food Systems Summit (which is scheduled to take place at the United Nations, September 23) .Read the full story, “The Future of Food & Water Systems in Pakistan & Central Asia?”, on globalissues.org →

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka, Sep 03 (IPS) – Clara Colton Symmes, Princeton-in-Asia Fellow, International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Sri Lanka
 
In an Interview with Dr Mohsin Hafeez, Country Representative – Pakistan, Regional Representative – Central AsiaAn intense monsoon season in Pakistan means the country’s food system faces the challenge of both extreme floods and extended droughts.In an effort to address these challenges through cross-sectoral collaboration, Dr. Mohsin Hafeez, IWMI’s Country Representative for Pakistan and Regional Representative for Central Asia, convened a regional dialogue in advance of the UN Food Systems Summit (which is scheduled to take place at the United Nations, September 23) .Read the full story, “The Future of Food & Water Systems in Pakistan & Central Asia?”, on globalissues.org →

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