Ending hunger and malnutrition must be top priority to achieve all the Sustainable Development Goals.
IFPRI hosted an official side event on “Investing for Reshaping Food Systems” during the UN High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development on July 11. Co-chaired by the Permanent Representatives of Canada and Jamaica to the United Nations, the event explored key policies and investments to reshape food systems that can help achieve multiple Sustainable Development […]
To end hunger and undernutrition by 2025—the goal of Compact2025—reducing food waste and loss must be part of the solution. Globally, about a third of all food are lost or wasted every year—accounting for a quarter of the calories that would have been available for human consumption. In a world where 1 in […]
At a South-South Learning Workshop, hosted by IFPRI and Mahidol University in Bangkok on June 20-21, stakeholders discussed lessons learned from Thailand’s experience in nearly eliminating hunger and undernutrition. The meeting synopsis provides an overview of the Thai experience, and summarizes roundtable and panel discussions. Key conclusions of the workshop include the importance of country-led […]