Sustainable Development Goal 2. Zero Hunger
After decades of steady decline, the number of people who suffer from hunger – as measured by the prevalence of undernourishment – began to slowly increase again in 2015.
The world is not on track to achieve Zero Hunger by 2030.
If recent trends continue, the number of people affected by hunger would surpass 840 million by 2030.
2.1: Universal access to safe and nutritious food
2.2: End all forms of malnutritio
2.3: Double the productivity and incomes of small-scale food producers
2.4: Sustainable food production and resilient agricultural practices
2.5: Maintain the genetic diversity in food production
2.A: Invest in rural infrastructure, agricultural research, technology and gene banks
2.B: Prevent agricultural trade restrictions, market distortions and export subsidies
2.C: Ensure stable food commodity markets and timely access to information
Why should I care?
There are many reasons, but in short, because as human beings, our wellbeing is linked to each other