7 Getting 30 Digital Volunteers for #EmptyYourPlate program Batch #2____ Target date March 15, 2021
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Encoring the motion for
necessary steps toward a better Thailand

ZERO SUMMIT 2022 is a sustainable summit focusing on two pillars: Food Waste and Food Insecurity. Thank you so much for joining us and taking all the necessary steps to REGENERATING and RECOVERING. Join us to learn how Thailand can take a progressive step towards a sustainable society by 2030!

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Ms. Gita Sabharwal

The UN Resident Coordinator 

Open Address

It's our great honor to invite Ms. Gita Sabharwal, the UN Resident Coordinator, United Nations Thailand gave an opening remark at this year's Zero Summit. Ms. Gita spoke about the power of the new generation in creating change for sustainability. Especially the issue of food waste and food insecurity which need serious action as the world population just hit 8 billion. She would love to see the SOS model replicated in other regions.


Mr. Bo H Holmgreen

Founder and CEO of SOS

Welcome Address

Mr. Bo Holmgreen, Founder and CEO of Scholars of Sustenance Foundation, officially welcomed all the distinguished guests. Mr. Bo told a story about the beginning of the foundation. He himself saw a lot of food that was unfortunately thrown away. But on the other hand, there are still people who are hungry and want access to good quality food. That’s why we want to close the gap between surplus food and people in need.


Mr. James Leyson

Managing Director SOS TH and PH

SOS's Journey

Mr. James Leyson, Managing Director of Scholars of Sustenance Thailand and Philipines talked about SOS's journey including the next vision of the foundation to address the problem of food waste and food equality. Firstly, we targeted to achieve 25 million meals by 2025 but with the cooperation of everyone, we already made it this year! So we set a new goal of 40 million meals that we intend to achieve by 2025.

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PANEL 1: Decoding the Food Bank Initiative, a lesson to learn for Thailand

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