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Amid rising global hunger due to pandemic, conflict, and climate change, SDG2: Zero Hunger remains a paramount goal. Learn how Farm Africa is enhancing smallholder farmers’ resilience in Eastern Africa through climate-smart agriculture, holistic programs, and empowering community-led initiatives, driving forward the critical mission to eradicate hunger by 2030.
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This World Children’s Day, the UK hosts the Global Food Security Summit, addressing Zero Hunger and malnutrition. Amid alarming UN projections of over 600 million people facing hunger by 2030, the summit focuses on empowering smallholder farmers and leveraging technology for a sustainable, resilient food system
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Explore the challenge of scaling up staple food fortification to combat micronutrient deficiencies. Regulatory frameworks are in place, but implementation requires collaboration with millers and public-private partnerships. Micronutrient deficiencies affect billions, and fortification is a cost-effective solution. This article outlines six opportunities, from transparency to policy advocacy, to strengthen food fortification at scale, promoting health and nutrition worldwide.
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Despite progress, 828 million face hunger, up by 150 million due to COVID-19. The Ceres2030 study highlights key strategies: empower communities, boost farm productivity, improve food distribution. The Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge invites companies to join efforts, pledging financial commitments. Together, we strive to end hunger sustainably by 2030.
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The Eco-Green Teens Project, initiated by a team in Nigeria, addresses the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on food insecurity and rising prices. Through financial literacy and sustainable agriculture education, rural teenagers learned to cultivate staple foods and embrace a bio-circular economy. Empowered by the Global Youth Mobilization, the program fosters entrepreneurship and addresses UN SDGs.
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Explore effective strategies with peers across businesses and departments in this peer circle. Learn how to weave social impact into the very fabric of your business for sustained success. SPEAKERS: Myriam Sidibe, Founder and Chief Mission Officer, Brands on a Mission Maxime Belingheri, Human Rights Manager, L’ORÉAL Brefelin Jamias-Robles, Asia-Pacific Region Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator, Avon Juan Pablo Mata, CEO, Apex, Grupo Mariposa Ana Luiza Almeida E Silva, Global Lead for Workplace Responses to Gender-Based Violence, International Finance Corporation (IFC) LEAD TABLE DISCUSSANTS: Lysiane Lefebvre, Co-Coordinator, Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge, and Policy Advisor, Shamba Centre for Food & Climate, Shamba Centre Jolana Amara, Head of Experience, The League of Intrapreneurs William Brent, Chief Marketing Officer, Husk Power Systems Maurisa Afrifa, Partnerships Officer, AfriKids Patricia Falcón, Program Officer, Global Partnerships, Poverty Stoplight Milana Momcilovic, Head of Partnerships, The League of Intrapreneurs Gemma Saunders-Brennan, Business Development Manager, Plan International UK Nathaneal Irungu Macharia, Co-founder & Partnerships Lead, OYE Platform Solutions Antony Karanja W., Co-founder & Head of Operations, OYE Platform Solutions Mamta Pimoli, Associate Director (Ventures), Good Business Lab Scott Ratzan, Executive Director, Business Partners for Sustainable Development & Business Partners to CONVINCE, USCIB-United States Council for International Business Jane Achieng, Associate, Debate Circle Patience Samhutsa, Market Systems Specialist, Practical Action Bronwyn Ann Williams, Global Lead – Partnership Management and Development, UNICEF Lyndsay Stecher, Head of Partnership Development, Oxfam
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Donna’s high-flying career in food technology and nutritional science would have been enough for most of us. Instead, Donna then switched to helping entrepreneurs in emerging markets be more successful and scale their business. If nothing else this conversation is an inspiring journey revealing that a combination of science, technology, and business expertise can create positive social impact in the world.
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Remember the Sustainable Development Goals? It’s not a facetious question. Amid all the other corporate sustainability priorities of the past few years — net zero, ESG, the circular economy, social justice, resource constraints and all the rest — not to mention a seemingly never-ending drumbeat of political upheaval, economic uncertainty and a pandemic, the SDGs seem to have fallen off the business agenda
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