Food Security

We need a digital revolution to improve our fragile food systems

Technology can help support our food systems. Image: REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana

Julian Lampietti

Manager, Global Engagement in the Agriculture and Food Global Practice, World Bank

Ghada El Abed

Economist, World Bank Group

Kateryna Schroeder

Agriculture Economist, World Bank Group

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