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  • Writer's pictureSylvain Richer de Forges

Comparative analysis of the implementation of SDG2 (zero hunger) in south east asia

Evaluating SDG2 Progress Across Southeast Asia: A Data-Driven Perspective 

Assessing Sustainable Development Goal 2 - Zero Hunger - reveals the diverse approaches and achievements among Southeast Asian nations.


Achievement: Reduced undernourishment from 7.3% (2012) to 5.6% (2021) of the total population.Source: FAO - The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World


Progress: Enhanced agricultural productivity, with a decline in undernourishment from 14.5% (2000-2002) to 9.3% (2019-2021).Source: UNDP - Sustainable Development Goals


Efforts: Steady reduction in undernourishment, from 20.5% (2004-2006) to 13% (2021).Source: Philippine Statistics Authority - Food Security Data


Initiatives: Ongoing commitment, aiming to improve food security through sustainable agriculture.Source: Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industries, Malaysia


Actions: Targeting a decrease in the prevalence of undernourishment from 19.4% (2000-2002) to 8.3% (2019-2021).Source: World Bank - Indonesia Data

These figures reflect substantial progress and strategic measures undertaken by each nation towards SDG2. Collaborative efforts, knowledge sharing, and continuous dedication are pivotal to accelerating progress and ensuring a hunger-free future in Southeast Asia.Let's leverage these insights and work together towards achieving

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