UN Development Goal:
821 million people around the world are undernourished, 151 million of them are children
Due to conflict, drought, and climate change, this number is on the rise. Hunger prevents children from going to school and reduces adult productivity and contribution to their communities, leading to a massive barrier for a country’s development. It is essential that nations work together to invest in small scale farmers, sustainable agriculture, and access to land to move towards positive impact.
Make an Impact on Zero Hunger
Implement Incentive Projects – Incentive projects help meet the goals of Zero Hunger while also hitting the objectives of another UN Sustainable Development Goal. Implementing projects strategically can incentivize communities to feed their families and themselves nutritiously and regularly.1 of 1