SDG 2 - Zero Hunger

End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture.


When it comes to nutrition, we face a contradictory situation in the world. On the one hand, 135 million suffer from acute hunger and have to go to bed hungry. Chronic hunger means an intake of under 1,800 kcals per day, less than a body needs to remain healthy. Usually, this phenomenon is directly related to poverty, where there is no money to buy nutritious food, or access to clean water and medical care. On the other hand, 39% of the population – about 2 billion people – are overweight, of which 13% - about 650 million – are considered obese. Both are considered to be malnutrition, with either a lack or excess of particular nutrients. Obesity, for example, can involve both an excess of macronutrients and a lack of micronutrients at the same time.

SDG 2 aims to eliminate all forms of hunger and poor nutrition by ensuring that all women, men, children and infants have equal access to safe and healthy food in sufficient quantities throughout the year. This goal emphasises improved nutrition and sustainable agriculture by strengthening the capacity to adapt to climate change, extreme weather and disasters. Furthermore, it aims to promote traditional skills to improve land and soil quality and to preserve the genetic diversity of cultivated or wild plant and animal species.

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