There are approximately 795 million people suffering from malnutrition globally. How can governments and the food industry help relieve this issue in a sustainable yet affordable way? Yannick Foing from DSM’s nutrition improvement program Asia-Pacific discusses possible solutions.
The Smallholder Agriculture Finance and Investment Network (SAFIN) will bring together private, public and philanthropic sectors and rural farmers and enterprises to resolve rural financing challenges with coordinated action and investment.
An estimated US$265 billion a year is needed to achieve the first two Sustainable Development Goals to end poverty and hunger by 2030, and the world will need to take urgent action to achieve this, according to Kanayo F. Nwanze, president of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD).