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Is hunger the result of insufficient food?

16 September 2016, 12:00 am Written by
As the world struggles to ensure that the Sustainable Development Goal 2 (SDG2) is achieved by 2030, the question is often raised whether this is a realistic and achievable goal in the first place. After all, the world population continues to rise and so it would seem that the number of hungry people also rises in line. According to the…
In response to increased demand for short-term training courses that improve and sharpen the capacity of participants to develop, facilitate and manage trainings and workshops, the Civil Society Academy [CSA] has launched two courses that aim at training of facilitators [ToF] – one with a thematic focus on effective food and nutrition security interventions and the other one with strong…
Welthungerhilfe, the Civil Society Academy and Rural Reconstruction Nepal along with its partners organized a Global Civil Society Dialogue titled ‘Ending Hunger: Making Sustainable Development Goal 2 work’ which took place from 1 to 3 June 2016 in Kathmandu, Nepal. The event attracted more than 150 participants from 19 different countries across four continents – Asia, Europe, Africa and South…
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