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NutriCON 2017

International Food & Nutritional security and climate change (FNSC-2017)

Food and nutrition security is about ensuring that everybody is able to access sufficient, affordable and nutritious food. Ensuring both help to build resilience to food crises and help countries ensure that no one is left hungry. According to the World Bank, 702 million people live in extreme poverty and, according to a report from State of Food Insecurity in the World (SOFI), 793 million people are undernourished. Amongst, many contributory factors, changing climate has considered as instrumental for enhancing food and nutritional insecurity. Most significant impacts of climate change are the potential increase of food insecurity and malnutrition. Climate change increases the frequency and intensity of some disasters such as droughts, floods and storms. This has an adverse impact on livelihoods and food security. Climate-related disasters have the potential to destroy crops, critical infrastructure, and key community assets, therefore deteriorating livelihoods and exacerbating poverty.

Faisalabad

Faisalabad, the Manchester of Pakistan is one of the first planned and systemic cities in the subcontinent envisaged by the British Government, after the name of Sir James Lyall. Lyallpur was the first name ascribed on this fertile land of Sandal Bar. The unique bond present between the sister countries Pakistan and Saudi Arabia paved the way to rename the city aver the name of our friend, late King of Saudi Arabia, King Faisal. The City is catering to the needs of more than six million people. Agriculture and industry remains the hallmark of Faisalabad with a powerful and ever developing thrust in these sectors. It is the third largest and populous city in Pakistan.

GOVERNMENT COLLEGE UNIVERSITY, FAISALABAD

The Government College University, Faisalabad has emerged as a leading center of learning and research in a short span of time.The GC University’s journey started as a primary school in 1897 in the present building of Govt. College for Women, Karkhana Bazar, Faisalabad. It was promoted to High School and Intermediate College in 1905 and 1924, respectively.
It was elevated to the degree level in 1933 and postgraduate disciplines were introduced in 1963.The long journey that started with the humble beginning reached its climax when it was granted the status of University in October 2002.

Conference themes

1.Global scenario of Food & Nutrition
2.Food & Nutritional security: factors & impacts
3.Food Fortification
4.Environmental concerns
5.Modern analytical techniques in food & nutrition
6.Policies and regulations regarding safe & healthy foods
7.Contemporary nutrition
8.Dietary regimen and nutritional security

Abstract Submission

submit a paper, please send an abstract (maximum 350 words) as Microsoft Word document indicating title of the paper, first and last names, organization, address, country and email at dr.aliimran@gcuf.edu.pk and drsohaib@gcuf.edu.pk. An email confirming the receipt of the abstract will be sent to the presenting author. Abstracts will NOT be accepted by fax. Please note that acceptance of abstracts will be conditional on registration paid in full prior to the Conference. All papers presented at the Conference will be published in the form of proceedings (book and CD-ROM).
Accepted Abstracts will be published in upcoming volume of “Trends In Food and Nutrition”

Food & Nutrition expo

Food & Nutrition expo will be held alonge side Conference on 7-8 March 2017. All the relevant induc=stries will be invited for Displaying of stall in expo. The stall size will be (9×9) Feet & Last Date for booking is 20th February 2017.For Details Please EMail at : drtahirnadeem@yahoo.com; b.niaz@gcuf.edu.pk

Documentry Competition

Alonge side confernce a documentry competiotion will also be organized at 7-8 March 2017 on the theme “Food & Nutirition Security & impact of climate chnage” .Total time 5:00 minutes for Details email at adeelayasmin2k@yahoo.com

Cooking Competition

Alonge side confernce a cooking competiotion will also be organized at 7-8 March 2017.For Details email at adeelayasmin2k@yahoo.com

Important Dates to Take Note:

Abstract submission deadline:

February, 10, 2017

Selection/conformations:

February, 20, 2017

Registration deadline:

February, 15, 2017

Rgistration Fee

Foreign Participant:

US $250.00

Foreign Student:

US $150.00

Local Participant:

Rs. 2500.00

Local Student:

Rs. 1500.00