Global Civil Society & the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Goal 2: Zero Hunger

Zero Hunger


It is time to rethink how we grow, share and consume our food. If done right, agriculture, forestry and fisheries can provide nutritious food for all and generate decent incomes, while supporting people-centered rural development and protecting the environment.

Right now, our soils, freshwater, oceans, forests and biodiversity are being rapidly degraded. Climate change is putting even more pressure on the resources we depend on, increasing risks associated with disasters, such as droughts and floods. Many rural women and men can no longer make ends meet on their land, forcing them to migrate to cities in search of opportunities. Poor food security is also causing millions of children to be stunted, or too short for the ages, due to severe malnutrition.

A profound change of the global food and agriculture system is needed if we are to nourish the 815 million people who are hungry today and the additional 2 billion people expected to be undernourished by 2050. Investments in agriculture are crucial to increasing the capacity for agricultural productivity and sustainable food production systems are necessary to help alleviate the perils of hunger.

Name Acronym Founded City HQ Country/Territory HQ Type I Type II Type III

AgBioWorld Foundation

2000 Tuskegee AL USA N f Foundations

Agile International

Boulder CO USA G

AGMARK

2004 Nairobi Kenya J

AGRECOL Afrique: Networking and Information Centre for Sustainable Agriculture in Africa

2001 Thiès Senegal G

AGRECOL Andes

2001 Cochabamba Bolivia G f Foundations

Agreement Concerning Cooperation in Marine Fishing

1962 T g Treaties, IGOs

Agreement Concerning Population Registration

1968 T g Treaties, IGOs

Agreement Concluded between the Governments of El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala, the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture and the OAS General Secretariat Relative to an Extension for the Technical Cooperation for Execution of the Integral Development Plan for the Border Region Shared by the Three Countries

Trifinio plan 1994 T g Treaties, IGOs

Agreement on Port State Measures to Prevent, Deter and Eliminate Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing

2009 T g FAO Bodies, Treaties, IGOs

Agreement on Reciprocal Access to Fishing in the Skagerrak and the Kattegat

1966 T g Treaties, IGOs

Agreement on the Conservation of Populations of European Bats

EUROBATS 1991 Bonn Germany T g Treaties, IGOs

Agreement on the Implementation of a European Telecommunications Project on the Topic: Aerials with Reduced First Side-lobes and Maximum G/T Yield

1971 T g Treaties, IGOs

Agreement Regarding the Regulation of Plaice and Flounder Fishing in the Baltic Sea

1929 T g Treaties, IGOs

Agreement Relating to the International Convention for Regulating the Police of the North Sea Fisheries

1955 T g Treaties, IGOs

Agreement to Promote Compliance with the International Conservation and Management Measures by Fishing Vessels on the High Seas

1993 Rome Italy T g FAO Bodies, Treaties, IGOs

Agri-Energy Roundtable

AER 1980 Washington DC USA G

Agri-Food Chain Coalition

AFCC D y International Federations

Agri-Overseas

Brussels Belgium N

Agribusiness in Sustainable Natural African Plant Products

ASNAPP 1999 Stellenbosch South Africa F

Agricenter International

1983 Memphis TN USA N

Agricultural and Rural Convention

ARC2020 Paris France F

Agricultural and Food Marketing Association for Asia and the Pacific

AFMA 1983 Bangkok Thailand D g IGOs

Agricultural and Land and Water Use Commission for the Near East

ALAWUC Cairo Egypt E gy FAO Bodies, International Federations, IGOs

Agricultural Biotechnology International Conference Foundation

ABIC Foundation 1998 Saskatoon SK Canada F f Foundations

Agricultural Economics Association of South Africa

AEASA 1961 Pretoria South Africa N

Agricultural Libraries Network

AGLINET 1971 Rome Italy F

Agricultural Market Information System

AMIS Rome Italy E g IGOs

Agricultural Missions

1930 New York NY USA G

Agriculture for Impact

A4I London UK G

Agriculture, Nutrition and Health Academy

ANH Academy 2015 G

AgriCultures Network

Dakar Senegal F

AGRINATURA

2009 Prague Czech Rep F y International Federations

AgriProFocus

Arnhem Netherlands J

Agriterra

1997 Arnhem Netherlands G f Foundations

Agro-forestry Coordinating Association of Indigenous Peoples and Farmers

1994 San José Costa Rica E

AgroBioMediterraneao

ABM 1990 Athens Greece E

AgroCare

2008 Borchtlombeek Belgium C y International Federations

AgroCare Latinoamérica

D

AgroEcology Fund

AEF 2012 J f Funds

Agromisa Foundation

1934 Wageningen Netherlands G f Foundations

Agronomes et vétérinaires sans frontières

AVSF Nogent-sur-Marne France G

Aid and International Development Forum

AIDF London UK J

Aid To Southeast Asia

ASA 1989 Minneapolis MN USA G Humanitarian Organizations

Aide au développement international

ADI 1998 Liège Belgium G Humanitarian Organizations

Aide et action France

1981 Paris France G Humanitarian Organizations

Aide internationale au développement et à l'enfance

AIDE Aublain Belgium G Humanitarian Organizations

Aktie voor Ontwikkeling

SOS Faim 1964 Brussels Belgium G

All Africa Farmers Network

Accra Ghana F

Alliance Against Hunger and Malnutrition

AAHM 2003 Rome Italy F y International Federations

Alliance for Commodity Trade in Eastern and Southern Africa

ACTESA 2008 Lusaka Zambia E g IGOs

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