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As we strive for sustainable diets to combat climate change and protect biodiversity, concerns arise about their nutritional adequacy. A systematic review reveals that eco-friendly diets may lead to lower intakes of essential micronutrients, posing risks to vulnerable populations. How can we balance environmental sustainability with optimal nutrition?
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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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Our online discussion centered on enhancing farmer-centred food security. Recognizing that 84% of our farms are smallholdings, yet the average smallholder farmer earns just £1.50 per day, the discussion emphasized the need for a paradigm shift towards a farmer-first approach. Key strategies discussed included strengthening local food economies, empowering farmers as decision-makers, and integrating gender equality and indigenous knowledge into farming practices. The forum highlighted the critical role of smallholder farmers in facing global challenges like climate change and advocated for policies and practices that support their resilience and productivity. This Insights Summary captures the essence of these discussions, underscoring the importance of strategic, inclusive approaches to bolstering global food security and farmers’ livelihoods.
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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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The health of women, children and adolescents should be a concern for all of us, including multinational business. This article explains how the Global Financing Facility for Women, Children and Adolescents is helping to catalyse investment in this critical area, including through partnerships with the private sector.
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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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