The Food Systems:
A Malaysian Story
This webinar set the stage as part of the conference opening ceremony, with distinguished panelists discussing our food systems in local and global contexts. In addition, the webinar taught delegates about issues associated with food systems and the work done by various stakeholders to address these issues.
We Can Do This Together: Making food accessible for all, NGO and SE POV
In this session, we heard from those working in the frontline to make sure food is available and accessible to communities in need.
Panelists also discussed closing the loop and reducing the negative impacts of the food system on our natural environment.
Youth in Sustainable Food Production
This seminar featured practitioners in the industry on the multiple technologies, methods, and opportunities for youth involvement in sustainable food production. Panelists also answered the burning question of “How to make agriculture attractive to young people”?
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Khazanah Research Institute
Ministry of Agriculture and
7 August 2021 | 10.00 - 12.00 PM & 2.00 - 4.00 PM
Bring in your findings from the Treasure Hunt and get down and dirty into the discussion on making it happen via the framework of design thinking. Through their expertise and experience, Impact Hub Malaysia will provide you with valuable guidance through facilitation and engagements.
Go on the way forward, youth!
SOCIAL MEDIA STORYTELLING STRATEGIES
10 August 2021 | 11.00 AM - 12.30 PM & 2.00 - 3.30 PM
In this workshop, Kini Academy guided delegates on making their content stand out on social media. Delegates learned the what and how to communicate their stories successfully!
21 August 2021 | 10.00 - 12.00 PM & 2.00 - 4.00 PM
A continuation of the Design Thinking workshop, delegates revisited their ideas and found out how to turn them into reality!
STORYTELLING CHALLENGE WINNERS
VIBES+ by BB4SCP challenged delegates to tell a story using their voice and online outreach.
Delegates shared with us their individual and communal initiates on food. Innovative topics such as food waste, composting, and individual diets were showcased as part of the challenge.
Tune in below for video clips featuring our delegates and their stories!
"No More Food Waste!!" - by Nur Amielia (Amy)
"What diet? Let's Change Our Food Systems" - by Shazana
"My Inspiration, my grandma" - by Andrea
"What can we do to reduce carbon 'food'prints?" - by Bella
"What I Eat In A Day" - Raihanah
TASK 1: Watch video on food systems
TASK 2: Play the sustainable fishing game
In this virtual treasure hunt, delegates were provided clues to search to search for information, impacts, and challenges of the food systems.
These tasks allowed delegates to learn about indirect and direct drivers towards loss of biodiversity, climate change, food insecurity, and more. Knowledge gained from the treasure hunt prepared delegates for their first workshop on finding solutions for issues related to the food systems.
TASK 3: Write your thoughts about on issues related to food systems in Malaysia. List as many solutions as you can think of.
Syahrul Farhan, Puteri Anis, Nurasyiqin,
Anis Liyana, Syafirah Nabila
The Fab 5 conducted a dual-initiative food drive through virtual fundraising and collaboration with a small-business. Lucky draws were also held to generate momentum and spread further awareness.
Proceeds through their initiatives went to support the Projek Amal Food Bank.
Andrea Perng, Andrea Yeo, Sin Lee, Dania
Using their very own Save Our Youth (SOY) Mascot, Group DJ conducted a virtual food drive. Free gifts (digital drawings, phone background, and cat pictures) were provided to donors who donated more than RM 10.
Their food drive supported the “feed to educate” initiative run by Charity Right.
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Pertiwi Soup Kitchen
The Lost Food Project
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS: YOUTH RESOLUTIONS
WHAT IS VIBES+?
“VIBES+ by BB4SCP is a spin-off of our Building Bridges for Sustainable Consumption and Production (BB4SCP) youth conference. It is a month-long learning journey held virtually throughout the month of August, exploring key issues of food systems with the theme ‘Youth: Food Changemakers'.
Delegates participate in webinar series, upskilling programmes, community outreach activities, and many other learning opportunities.
The theme for 2021 is:
Muhammad Syahrul Farhan
IPG Kampus Temenggong Ibrahim
Interactive and insightful throughout the month-long program
Universiti Putra Malaysia
I thought it would only be a boring online program but there are fun games and activities conducted such as the virtual hunt and food drive (which i've never done before and is super duper fun!).
Speakers for the webinars were very nice and knew how to capture people's attention. The workshops really changed the way I think.
IPG Kampus Perempuan Melayu Melaka
I think I have a full view about all the food issues in Malaysia and that issues come up with a lot of ideas and suggestions for improvements.
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