1 path TO zero 2030. HUNGER BY 2030. In September 2015, the 193. UN Member States commit DEMAND FOR FOOD. WILL GROW. to 17 SDGs, including BY THE YEAR 2030. zero HUNGER WORLD POPULATION. BY 2030 IS PROJECTED TO GROW Increase investment in agriculture. TO AROUND Build market infrastructure and improve public goods to help raise productivity and rural incomes. SDGs ASL . billion Sustainably manage forests, oceans, water, land and soil and promote an ecosystem approach to ABOUT 800 MILLION PEOPLE Establish social protection systems to extract greater agricultural GO HUNGRY TODAY improve food access, such as school food yield with fewer inputs.
2 And cash transfers. Without nourishment, humans cannot learn, or lead healthy and SDGs productive lives. Promote nutrition policies, SH <. including dietary education, SDGs ASDFK . and shift to consumption and RISING FOOD DEMAND IS. production approaches that promote biodiversity and INCREASING COMPETITION. long-term health benefits. FOR NATURAL RESOURCES. SDGs SD. ALMOST. MALNUTRITION AFFECTS 4 IN 5 POOR PEOPLE. 1 IN 3 PEOPLE AND ALL NATIONS LIVE IN RURAL AREAS. OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY IS RISING. Make food systems more efficient, inclusive and resilient. Develop pro-poor growth Improve the way food SDGs SJ Y strategies in rural areas, commodity markets function, focusing on small-scale farmers and limit extreme food price and the people left furthest volatility.
3 A LARGE SHARE OF FOOD behind. PRODUCED IS LOST OR WASTED. SDGs SJ Y SDGs ASKL . Diversify rural employment into non-agricultural activities GENDER EQUALITY. targeting youth to slow their IS A PRECONDITION FOR PROSPERITY. exodus to cities. SDGs Ensure rural women have equal Address root causes of access to resources, income Address root causes of inequality. inequality. Give poor people ASL \Y opportunities, and education. Give poor people access to health, access education,to health, land, education, finance and new IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA AND SOUTH ASIA. land, finance and new technology.
4 SDGs YOUTH NUMBERS ASDFGK . technology. ARE RISING FAST. SDGs AS Y. SDGs AS Y. INEQUALITIES ARE INCREASING INCREASING GHG EMISSIONS Adopt holistic approaches, such BOTH WITHIN AND BETWEEN COUNTRIES ARE EXACERBATING CLIMATE CHANGE. as agro-ecology, agroforestry, climate-smart and conservation Transform agriculture so that agriculture. it contributes to fossil fuel OUTBREAKS OF TRANSBOUNDARY reduction. SDGs SJ Y. PESTS AND DISEASES. ARE GROWING ALARMINGLY SDGs SJ Y CLIMATE CHANGE. IS JEOPARDIZING CROP AND. LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION AND. Establish best practices in preventing FISH STOCKS.
5 Diseases and anti-microbial resistance that threaten plant and animal production, public health and trade. SDGs SDKY Build the resilience of rural communities to withstand shocks, crises and disasters. Tackle distress migration. GLOBALIZATION IS. INCREASING DEMAND SDGs AS \. 2030. FOR INFORMATION, TECHNOLOGY. AND PARTICIPATION. Build institutions and mechanisms CONFLICTS. AND CRISES. FAO, 2017 I7567EN/1 that provide international norms, ARE BECOMING. standards and data, and promote INCREASINGLY. cooperation among countries and PROTRACTED. partners. SDGs S\Y.