Greater Dublin

World Vision Ireland

Exploring the Importance of Food and Culture

In Person

Join us for an evening of food-tasting and exploration, celebrating the global cultural significance of food, and the importance of nutrition. We’ll be joined by special guests, including Ellie Kisyombe, social activist & co-founder of Our Table. She’ll be introducing us to an array of international flavours.

World Vision Ireland is a child-focussed humanitarian and development aid charity. As a global organisation, we recognise the cultural significance food has for countries worldwide. In this event we’ll be promoting culture through food by bringing together diverse people from different cultures and ethnicities to explore food and its attachment to people’s cultural identities.

Participants:

Ellie Kisyombe, Social Activist & Co-founder of Our Table

Clodagh McLoughlin, Senior Programmes Officer at World Vision Ireland

Daudi Gambo, Project Manager for AIMhealth+ in Tanzania

Agenda:

17:15 Doors open

17:30 Opening remarks from World Vision Ireland CEO Gillian

17:45 Ellie Kisyombe Cooking demonstration

18:30 Panel discussion and Q&A with Ellie Kisyombe, Clodagh McLoughlin, and Daudi Gambo

19:00 Meet with World Vision Ireland Staff

Time: 5.30pm - 7.30pm

Genres: Food / Heritage / Talk

Features: All ages / Wheelchair accessible

Address: The Mews, Garland House, Rathmines Park, D06 C6K4

Website: http://www.worldvision.ie/

Phone: 01 498 0800

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