In the biotech campus, the committee debate of the FAO took place, led by the presidents Mariana FARINHA ARAUJO and Alice COLOMBO



This first day began in a wacky way because the latecomers had to dance the Macarena. Thenhe delegations gathered to unite to create a resolution based on the issues. Throughout the day, the delegates gave all their energy to this phase of lobbying to join with the most relevant country/natural allies  and to take the best of this cooperation .



In the second session, debates started ! The first resolution was submitted by Senegal along with South Africa, Ivory Coast, Egypt, United States, Finland, Ghana, Island, Kenya, Madagascar, Norway, the Netherlands, the DRC and Sweden. This resolution, which promotes local agriculture, allows the  changing of cultivation methods. After 1h30 of intensive debates, Senegal’s resolution was retained with sixteen votes for and twelve votes against. After having a debate, it was time for lobbying !



Last day, all good things must come to an end. Côte d’Ivoire has seen its resolution passed after long hours of debate. MUN is coming to an end, time for the closing ceremony!