As the Millennium Development Goals reach their conclusion, work is already underway on a new shared vision of sustainable development for the next 15 years. It’s exciting to think what we can collectively achieve by 2030: A world where no child goes to bed hungry and every person has the opportunity to prosper and thrive.
Delivering on this new global agenda requires effective models of partnership that involve all nations and sectors, much like the one that the U.S. Government’s Feed the Future initiative is advancing to support meaningful impact against hunger, poverty and malnutrition.
On July 15, 2015, the U.S. Government and the African Union Commission will host an event titled “Leadership and Partnership to Achieve Global Food Security” to explore proven approaches for mobilizing investment to unlock the transformative potential of agriculture to sustainably reduce global hunger and poverty worldwide. Read more. Source | Feed the Future