67 Ending Hunger: what would it cost?

Organizers: International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD); International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Abstract

The SDGs commit the world to ending hunger by 2030. Achieving this ambitious target will require renewed cooperation and coordination in the international community. This event launches a study on how much it will cost to end hunger and highlight the most effective investments developing countries and donor partners can make to realize the SDGs and other commitments. IISD and IFPRI have built a model that combines macro-economic data with household surveys to provide state of the art estimates for ending hunger, the donor share, where it could best be spent and the role of in-country prioritization of food security in national development strategies.

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