SDG 2 Zero Hunger

Sustainable Development Goal 2: Zero Hunger

What is SDG 2?

Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 2 is dedicated to ending hunger, achieving food security, improving nutrition, and promoting sustainable agriculture. The United Nations aims to ensure access to safe, nutritious, and sufficient food for all people.

The United Nations’ Objective

The United Nations envisions a world where no one goes to bed hungry, and all individuals have access to the nutrition they need for a healthy and productive life. SDG 2 addresses the need for sustainable agricultural practices, improved food distribution systems, and measures to ensure food security, especially for vulnerable populations.

Near East University's Commitment

Our university is deeply committed to the principles of SDG 2. We recognize the importance of addressing hunger as a fundamental step towards creating a more just and equitable world. Our academic community actively engages in research and initiatives that promote sustainable agricultural practices, food education, and community-based solutions to ensure food security.

Contributions of Universities

Universities play a crucial role in achieving SDG 2 by conducting research on agricultural innovation, promoting sustainable farming practices, and educating communities about nutrition and food security. Our university actively participates in projects that address hunger through research, community partnerships, and educational programs. By empowering communities with knowledge and skills related to food production and nutrition, we contribute to the global effort to achieve zero hunger.

How You Can Contribute

As a member of our university community, you can contribute to SDG 2 by supporting initiatives that promote sustainable agriculture, participating in community gardening projects, and raising awareness about food waste and hunger-related issues. Together, we can create a university environment that actively works towards a world with zero hunger.