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FAO has launched a new Corporate Framework on Rural Extreme Poverty to accelerate the UN agency's and its partners' efforts towards eradicating extreme poverty for all people by 2030 - target 1.1 of Sustainable Development Goal 1 - end poverty.
Achieving the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) target 1.1, eradicating extreme poverty, requires dedicated actions to create a pro-poor environment while building household resilience, particularly for those rural communities most vulnerable.
Many of us look back on our childhoods with warm feelings. But for more than 150 million girls and boys between the ages of 5 and 17 around the world, childhood means something else: poverty, a lack of education and working long hours in dangerous conditions. Child labour is defined as...
FAO today urged nations to pay greater attention and allocate more financial resources to addressing child labour in domestic and local food supply chains and in subsistence farming where the vast majority of child labour in agriculture occurs. The call for action was made as FAO observed World Day Against Child...
The launch of the FAO framework on rural extreme poverty will take place on 18 June in Rome. A panel discussion will take place addressing good practices and challenges ahead in eliminating rural poverty. Concept note: Today, about 783 million people live in extreme poverty. Primarily a rural phenomenon, the share of the population living...