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All Countries Should Be Included In Efforts To Reach SDGs

The Hill: New Sustainable Development Goals, but what of nations left behind? David Vanderpool, trauma surgeon and founder of LiveBeyond “…The success [the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)] achieved through the concerted efforts of the U.N., world governments, and large and small non-governmental organizations (NGOs) was stunning. … However, not all…

Improved Data Needed To Bolster Food Systems, Reach Zero Hunger

The Guardian: To end malnutrition, we must step up to the plate with data on what people eat Lawrence Haddad, senior research fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute, and Patrick Webb, professor at Tufts University’s Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy “…[A]ttempts to modify or influence food…

Blog Posts Recognize World Food Day

ONE Blog: This World Food Day, support female farmers Noting “[Thursday] marks the International Day of Rural Women, and on Friday, October 16, the world will celebrate World Food Day,” Kedar Mankad, ‎a policy officer for agriculture and inclusive growth at the ONE Campaign, discusses how investment in rural women…

World Food Day To Focus On Importance Of Social Protection, Agricultural Development Programs In Ending Poverty, Hunger

Food Dive: José Graziano da Silva: Breaking the bonds of rural poverty, once and for all U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization Director-General José Graziano da Silva discusses World Food Day, recognized annually on October 16, writing, “[T]winning social protection with agricultural development programs makes compelling sense. This is why FAO…

More Action, Attention Needed For Efforts Addressing NCDs

The Hill: Silent killers: pandemic of the 21st century Christine Ngaruiya, faculty member in global health and international emergency medicine at Yale and a Public Voices fellow with the OpEd Project “…Finally, this time around, [noncommunicable diseases (NCDs)] were brought up in this round of [global development] goals, including promoting…

Humanosphere Examines Nobel Laureate’s Views, Work On Foreign Aid, Development Economics

Humanosphere: International development economist and aid critic wins Nobel Noting Princeton University professor Angus Deaton won this year’s Nobel Prize for economics, Humanosphere reporter Tom Murphy discusses Deaton’s views on foreign aid and contributions to the development sector, particularly pertaining to poverty and inequality (10/13).

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