COVID-19 set back progress on poverty, hunger and inequality –and we're off track to meet many SDGs. Now, the climate crisis threatens to make it worse.
Governments are failing to find multilateral solutions to global problems. We examine solutions to three challenges: nutrition, water and digital literacy.
A UN report shows that those who are hungry grew by 118 million people from 2019 meaning that 10% of the world's population were undernourished in 2020.
A United Nations report shows that the number of undernourished people rose to around 768 million last year, equivalent to 10% of the world's population.
COVID-19 has exacerbated hunger and poverty in India. Solutions should address food insecurity now and provide livelihood opportunities for the future.
Ending hunger and poverty and improving health for everyone are what most people want around the world, a new global survey has found.
In the midst of a climate emergency, the COVID-19 crisis has left up to 132 million additional people facing hunger. We need more innovation and investment in agriculture.
COVID-19 threatens to widen disparities, but the Great Reset is an opportunity to help the most vulnerable and address poverty, hunger and inequality.
An additional 6.7 million children could suffer from wasting due to the socioeconomic impacts of COVID-19, according to recent reports.
Almost 690 million people in the world were undernourished in 2019 – that’s 8.9% of the world population, a new UN report says. This figure could exceed 840 million by 2030 if current tre...
African farmers are under threat from floods, droughts, pests and the coronavirus pandemic. The right seeds for nutritious crops could help them fight back
Research suggests global food production must increase by 50% to feed the world's population in 2050, but this could worsen climate and obesity crises.
The Food Action Alliance aims to address the world's fragmented agricultural production – and make our food systems more efficient.
In Jharkhand, about 48% of children under five are underweight and 29% wasted, the highest rates in the country.
Adequate access to energy in rural communities, powering refrigeration and cold storage, can bring productivity increases and food loss decreases.