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Beyond 2015. The Post-2015 UN Development Agenda

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Recognizing outstanding progress in fighting hunger

Chile, China & Morocco are the latest in a growing list of countries to make great strides in combating undernourishment such as the achievement of the Millennium Development Goal 1 – to halve the proportion of hungry people by 2015 – or the 1996 World Food Summit target of halving the absolute number of hungry people by 2015.

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Republic Of Korea Joins Zero Hunger Challenge

The Executive Director of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), Ertharin Cousin, concluded a two-day mission to the Republic of Korea with a formal launch of the Zero Hunger Challenge in Seoul.

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UN Rome-based agencies reveal food security and nutrition targets for post-2015 agenda

Unveiled joint work to develop targets and indicators for a new global development paradigm for sustainable agriculture, food security and nutrition.

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UN agency calls for concrete measures to end hunger in Africa by 2025

FAO applauded the continent’s continuous growth since 1999, and called for providing an enabling environment to end hunger in the region by 2025.

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Asia-Pacific countries adopt roadmap to push toward goal of zero hunger

41 countries adopt FAO work priorities for Asia and the Pacific to address "magnitude of challenges" in improving food security

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