Building the #ZeroHunger Generation

Around 821 million people go to bed hungry every night. That’s about 1 in 9 people. We produce enough food to feed everyone on our planet, but for many different reasons, people still suffer from hunger. In 2015, 193 countries committed to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to help us to create a better world for all and end hunger and poverty by 2030. But the commitment of world leaders is not enough. Achieving the 17 SDGs is everyone’s responsibility, from farmers to companies, schools to universities, and from international organisations to civil society.

Education plays a key role in this process. Introducing today’s children to world issues means preparing tomorrow’s adults to create a sustainable world free from hunger. Building the ZeroHunger Generation is a resources portal for teachers, parents or anyone involved in educational activities. The portal supports educators in preparing classes on important global issues underlying FAO’s work. Together we can build the Zero Hunger Generation!