Researchers are of the opinion that biotechnology could improve the nutritional content of crops and make them resistance against diseases and insects. The end result would be improved yield of crops fit for both animal and human consumption. Work is also going on molecular farming which would lead to the production of pharmaceutical products in plants and it could revolutionalize vaccination procedures. Until and unless there is an effective exchange of knowledge and experience through partnerships these technologies would not be able to create an impact on world hunger. There is a need for successful partnerships if we would like to make this possible. Some people argue that there are no sufficient private public interactions and enough attention is not being placed with regards to the involvement of in decision making and the role of genomic technologies in tackling food insecurity.