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Bangladesh Studies / ZERO HUNGER
« on: November 29, 2021, 08:36:46 AM »
Rapid economic growth and increased agricultural productivity over the past two decades have seen the number of undernourished people drop by almost half. Many developing countries that used to suffer from famine and hunger can now meet the nutritional needs of the most vulnerable. Central and East Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean have all made huge progress in eradicating extreme hunger.

These are all huge achievements in line with the targets set out by the first Millennium Development Goals. Unfortunately, extreme hunger and malnutrition remain a huge barrier to development in many countries. 795 million people are estimated to be chronically undernourished as of 2014, often as a direct consequence of environmental degradation, drought and loss of biodiversity. Over 90 million children under the age of five are dangerously underweight. And one person in every four still goes hungry in Africa.

The SDGs aim to end all forms of hunger and malnutrition by 2030, making sure all people – especially children – have access to sufficient and nutritious food all year round. This involves promoting sustainable agricultural practices: supporting small scale farmers and allowing equal access to land, technology and markets. It also requires international cooperation to ensure investment in infrastructure and technology to improve agricultural productivity. Together with the other goals set out here, we can end hunger by 2030.

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Area of Attention Required for Fulfilling the unfinished MDGs
 Unemployment and underemployment is still persistent especially among the young people
between 15 to 24 years of age.
 Addressing stunting and wasting will be a major concern to improve nutritional wellbeing.
 Reducing income inequality and the low economic participation of women remain as matter of
 Primary education completion rate and the adult literacy rate are yet to obtain.
 Quality of education is a challenge at the primary and higher secondary levels.
 Inequalities remain in maternal health.
 Prevalence of malaria is still high even though death incidences are reduced.
 Prevalence of TB and TB mortality targets are yet to be achieved.
 Tree coverage and proportion of protected terrestrial and marine areas is much less.
 Access to safe water for all is still a challenge.
 One-third population are not using improved sanitation.
 Capacity to raise public resources domestically is limited.

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