Health & Food Security

The theme of Health & Food Security explores the critical intersection between health and nutrition, addressing the fundamental challenges and opportunities in ensuring food security for all while promoting health and well-being. In an increasingly interconnected world, where factors such as climate change, globalization, and socioeconomic disparities affect food production, distribution, and access, it is imperative to examine innovative strategies and collaborative efforts to safeguard both individual and community health through sustainable food systems.

Key Focus Areas:

1. Nutrition and Public Health: Investigating the linkages between nutrition, public health, and overall well-being, including the role of diet-related diseases, micronutrient deficiencies, and malnutrition in shaping health outcomes.

2. Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture: Assessing the sustainability and resilience of agricultural practices in ensuring food security, with a focus on mitigating the impact of environmental degradation, resource depletion, and climate variability on food production.

3. Food Systems and Supply Chains: Exploring the complexities of food systems and supply chains, from production to consumption, and identifying strategies to enhance efficiency, reduce food waste, and improve access to nutritious foods for vulnerable populations.

4.Policy and Governance: Analyzing the role of policy frameworks, governance structures, and international agreements in shaping food security and public health agendas, with a focus on equity, social justice, and human rights.

5. Community Engagement and Empowerment: Promoting community-driven approaches to address food insecurity and health disparities, emphasizing community engagement, empowerment, and capacity building as key drivers of change.


  • To provide a platform for interdisciplinary dialogue and knowledge exchange on issues related to health, nutrition, and food security.
  • To showcase innovative research, best practices, and successful interventions aimed at improving health outcomes and ensuring food security at local, national, and global levels.
  • To foster collaboration and partnerships among researchers, policymakers, practitioners, and stakeholders to address the multifaceted challenges of health and food security.
  • To raise awareness about the importance of sustainable food systems, equitable access to nutritious foods, and the promotion of health and well-being for all.

Call for Papers:

We invite submissions of original research papers, case studies, policy analyses, and practical experiences addressing the theme of Health & Food Security. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Epidemiological studies on the relationship between diet, nutrition, and health outcomes.
  • Innovations in agricultural practices and technologies to enhance food security and resilience.
  • Policy interventions and governance mechanisms for promoting healthy diets and sustainable food systems.
  • Community-based approaches to address food insecurity, hunger, and malnutrition.
  • Strategies for reducing food waste, improving food distribution, and enhancing access to nutritious foods.
  • Cross-cutting issues such as gender equity, social justice, and human rights in the context of health and food security.


Researchers, academics, policymakers, practitioners, students, and other stakeholders are invited to participate in the conference by submitting abstracts, presenting papers, and engaging in discussions and networking opportunities. We encourage contributions from diverse disciplines, including public health, nutrition, agriculture, environmental science, sociology, economics, and policy studies. Join us in exploring innovative solutions and forging partnerships to promote health and food security for all.