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Publication | 5 February 2019

Ending hunger and malnutrition: The role of public-private partnerships

Food security and adequate nutrition are a matter of life or death. However, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO, 2017), 800 million people still suffer from hunger and more than two billion from malnutrition, with Africa as the continent with the highest levels of vulnerability. Globally, 159 million children under five are stunted, with no access to adequate nutrition. This paper explores the role of public-private partnerships in reaching SDG number 2 (SDG 2): “ending hunger, achieving food security and improved nutrition, and promoting sustainable agriculture”.

Ending hunger and malnutrition: The role of public-private partnerships
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