Two women are shown better farming techniques at one of a hundred gardens in Cape Town made possible through the Albalami Bezehkaya voluntary association, supported with funding from Australia. Photo by: Kate Holt / Africa Practice / DFAT / CC BY

While the development community as a whole has made progress in eradicating extreme poverty and hunger — the first of eight Millenium Development Goals — there is still much work to be done, and only a little more than 500 days until the goal deadline.  

This month, Devex, along with partners ACDI/VOCA, Chemonics, Fintrac, GAIN, Nestlé and Tetra Tech, is hosting the online conversation Feeding Development to reimagine solutions for a food-secure future. Food security both impacts and is impacted by all facets of global development work, from climate change to land rights and supply chains to nutrition. If you want to work on food security issues, there are many ways you can get involved, including some that may surprise you.

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    Kate Warren

    Kate Warren is Executive Vice President and resident talent and careers guru at Devex. With 15 years of global development recruitment experience advising international NGOs, consulting firms, and donor agencies, she has a finger on the pulse of hiring trends across the industry and insider knowledge on what it takes to break in.