The International Dairy Federation World Dairy Summit 2022 will be held in Delhi from September 12 to September 15 at India Expo Centre & Mart, Greater Noida, National Capital Region (Delhi - NCR), India.
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The necessity for policymakers to see dairying as the hub of many related activities and their positive effects on society is growing.

The registration for the biggest and most-awaited annual dairy event, which is organized by the International Dairy Federation (IDF) has begun.

The IDF World Dairy Summit is an annual gathering of the dairy sector that attracts about 1500 participants from around the globe. CEOs and employees of dairy processing companies, dairy farmers, suppliers to the dairy sector, academics, government representatives, etc. are all included in the participant profile. A Welcome Reception, Farmers’ Dinner, Gala Dinner, as well as Technical and Social Tours are just a few of the social events that will be happening in this summit of scientific and technical conferences.

Some important topics that will be discussed during this summit under the theme “Dairy for Nutrition and Livelihood” are:

  • Dairy in the next 25 years
  • Relevance of Cooperative Institutions for Dairy Sector
  • Evolution of Dairy: A Livelihood perspective
  • Trends in Animal Health
  • Dairy Farm Management: Opportunities & Approaches in Small Holder Dairy System
  • Dairying Beyond Milk
  • Animal Disease Management: One Health Approach
  • Non-cow Milk Animals: Exploring its Relevance to Local Economics
    • Data Management to Improve Productivity, Milk Quality & Safety
    • Improving Productivity and Efficiency through knowledge and innovation
    • Impact of Dairy and Nutritional Security
    • Exploring Dairy Diets
    • Innovative Approaches to Improve Dairy Processing Efficiencies & Product Quality
    • Consumers’ Expectations
    • School Milk Programs and Highlighting Other Public Nutrition Approaches- Reach and Impact
    • Importance of International and Local Regulations in Food Safety
    • Feed, Food, and Waste
    • Field Practices to Detect and Mitigate Risks
    • Sustainable Dairy for Low Environmental Impact
    • Dairy and UN SDGs

This as-told-to essay is based on a conversation with Simmy Decker, 21, a health policy research assistant in Boston. The following has been edited for length and clarity.

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