The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the UN’s most prominent initiative for improving social and economic conditions in the world’s most impoverished nations, offer a comprehensive strategy for ending poverty and hunger; combating HIV/AIDS; universal education; gender equality; child and maternal health; environmental sustainability; and global partnership-building.
Reuters/Mohsin Hassan - Pakistani farmers dry fresh dates to preserve them during the July harvesting season in Sukkur, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi, July 30, 2007.
Tackling the “Zero Hunger Challenge” by 2030: A Conversation with Robert Zeigler
September 25, 2014
On September 25, Brookings hsoted a conversation on global food security, the prospects for ending global hunger, and the role that rice production and IRRI may be able to play today and in the future.
September 2, 2014, Julia Gillard
August 7, 2014, Gabriel Sanchez-Zinny and James McBride
July 30, 2014, George Ingram
July 2014, Jacob Hughes, Ted Hooley, Siafa Hage and George Ingram
July 1, 2014, Jaime de Melo
June 23, 2014, Rebecca Winthrop and Liesbet Steer
May 7, 2014, Allison Anderson and David Crone
Opinion | Effective Development Co-operation Blog
April 16, 2014, Homi Kharas
April 15, 2014, Kate Anderson Simons and Rebecca Winthrop
March 21, 2014, Homi Kharas and Christine Zhang
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Nonresident Fellow, Global Economy and Development, Center for Universal Education
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Project on International Order and Strategy
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