“Food is more than a necessity of life.
Food security is a powerful tool in breaking the cycle of poverty.
It enables stability and economic growth in communities.”
HRH Princess Viktória de Bourbon de Parme”
Please be invited to a lunch dialogue with HRH Princess Viktória de Bourbon de Parme, patron of Save the Children, and H.E. Ms. Margriet Vonno, Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. In a panel discussion they will elaborate about eliminating malnutrition amongst children.
As many companies have made admirable commitments to the Sustainable Development Goals, the time is critical to put them into practice. Without the corporate sector, the goals cannot be reached, and companies have an enormous impact on the welfare and future of families, youth and children. With decades of experience in the region, and 10 years of experience of working directly in corporate supply chains in Asia, Save the Children will share what the key challenges are, its visions and how to get there, and what companies can do in practice to play a truly positive role.
Save the Children:
As patron of Save the Children, Princess Viktória is passionate about eliminating malnutrition amongst children.This lunch dialogue aims to:
- Explore how companies, as drivers of innovation and enablers of solutions, can create positive impact on children, families and communities;
- Evaluate multi-sector collaborative approaches to ensure sustainable progression for all.
About HRH Princess Viktória de Bourbon de Parme:
Princess Viktória (1982) is married to His Royal Highness Prince Jaime de Bourbon de Parme, grandson of the late Queen Juliana of the Netherlands. Princess Viktória has been patroness of Save the Children, the Netherlands since 2015.
The Princess specializes in the thematic area of nutrition. She is committed to connecting stakeholders and finding solutions contributing to food security and nourishment for all.
Four Acres Singapore
18 Nepal Park
There will be no parking facilities at the venue
This event is by-invite only and on a first-come-first-served basis. Registrations by Thursday, 17th of April 2018.