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Post-2015 and SDGs: Nourishing People, Nurturing the Planet. May 2015

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    The world has the capacity to produce enough food to feed everyone adequately. Yet despite progress made over the past two decades, at least 795 million people in the world, or just over one in every nine human beings, still suffer from hunger on a daily basis. While it has decreased from 18.6 percent in 1990-92 to 10.9 percent in 2014-16, this persistently high number remains unacceptable.
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    Post-2015 and SDGs: Nourishing People, Nurturing the Planet. November -December 2013 e-bulletin Issue No.1
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    Welcome to Post-2015, FAO’s e-bulletin on the process to craft a successor framework to the Millennium Development Goals. With just over two years to go before the MDGs’ target date, we aim to keep you informed and engaged in our Organization’s contributions to the post-2015 Development Agenda. In this first issue, we look ahead to the next sessions of the Open Working Group (OWG) on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in New York, review post-2015-related conversations at the 40th session of t he Committee on World Food Security (CFS) in Rome in October, and review FAO’s 14 themes in support of the OWG.
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    Post-2015 and SDGs: Nourishing people,Nurturing the planet. e-bulletin July 2015 Issue No.6
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    Welcome to FAO’s e-bulletin on the post-2015 development agenda. In this issue, we feature a new report by the Rome-based UN agencies estimating the investments needed to achieve zero hunger by 2030. The spotlight falls on the Third International Conference on Financing for Development in Ethiopia, where the Addis Ababa Action Agenda was recently adopted. Two articles are dedicated to indicators ̶ FAO’s proposals for monitoring the post-2015 agenda, and a Q&A with Indian economist Vikas Rawal. W e bring you the latest developments in the post-2015 process, including discussion on the zero draft of the outcome document. Finally, in a special focus on sustainable agriculture, Ren Wang, FAO ADG, explains how to produce more with less.

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