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Feeding the World: Africa's Role in Solving the Global Food Crisis
Hilton Sandton, Johannesburg
15 November 2012 - 16 November 2012


With Africa's population growing, the challenge of providing nutritious food to all is immense. Global leaders from agribusiness, governments, the scientific community, donors and NGOs will come together on November 15th and 16th in Johannesburg at The Economist's Feeding the World, Africa's role in solving the global food crisis summit, to explore the complexities of the issues and look for solutions.

As a Supporting organization of the event we are pleased to offer you an exclusive 15% discount, please enter code FANRPAN/DC when registering. Special rates are also available for NGOs and Government representatives, contact: for details.

Join Tina Joemat-Pettersson, HE Christopher K. Chiza, Graça Machel, Jay Naidoo, Shenggen Fan, Jane Karuku and Gebisa Ejeta as well as industry leaders from Unilever, DuPont, Danone, SABMiller, PepsiCo, NestlĂ©, Kraft and Syngenta, as we investigate opportunities to boost African agriculture and nutrition.

Summit speakers represent the most influential and most progressive global voices on food security. The emphasis will be on engagement, collaboration and problem solving; on working together to achieve significant breakthroughs along the food chain.

Feeding the World will give you clear insight into Africa's food security future. Visit www.economistconferences.com/africafood for information about the programme and full speaker panel.

The audience is limited to 200 to enable a maximum of peer exchange. To book your place visit: www.economistconferences.com/africafood and quote code FANRPAN/DC to secure your special discount, or email to receive registration form.

We look forward to welcoming you to this important conference.

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