Achieving Zero Hunger: Nutritiously and Sustainably

Achieving Zero Hunger: Nutritiously and Sustainably

Driven by climate, fragility, conflict and now COVID-19, hunger is increasing sharply. Reversing this trend is a key test for food systems transformations and many member states have signalled their determination to do that.

Science tells us what to do to get back on track to meet the SDG2 Zero Hunger and nourish the future: focus on empowering the excluded while improving access of food producers and food processors to finance, inputs, technologies, and markets in ways that are that consistent with the Paris Climate Accord and Decent Livelihood Generation.

This session will listen to the priorities of member states, review the current state of food insecurity, showcase some of the potential solutions emerging from the Summit, and introduce an emerging Coalition of Action to End Hunger that aims to align and mobilise resources to support national action to end hunger by 2030.



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