U.N. News Highlights Actions Being Taken To Achieve 2030 SDG Of Zero Hunger

U.N. News: Can we feed the world and ensure no one goes hungry?
“Enough food is produced today to feed everyone on the planet, but hunger is on the rise in some parts of the world, and some 821 million people are considered to be ‘chronically undernourished.’ What steps are being taken to ensure that everyone, worldwide, receives sufficient food? … Achieving the 2030 goal of Zero Hunger, in other words ensuring that nobody goes hungry wherever they are in the world, remains a major challenge…” (10/3).

Additional coverage of nutrition is available from The Guardian, which features several images from Central African Republic, South Sudan, and Liberia, part of a new exhibition in London.

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