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SDG Series

“As we embark on this great collective journey, we pledge that no one will be left behind. Recognising that the dignity of the human person is fundamental, we wish to see the Goals and targets met for all nations and peoples and

During my first visit to an eye clinic in Ethiopia, I met a local Catholic priest who had lost vision in both eyes due to cataracts. He had not let the congregation know that he was losing his sight. Instead,

The UN sustainable development goals are the framework within which organisations, like the European Training Foundation, that support developing and transition countries in offering a decent life to their citizens, operate. The 17 goals adopted in 2015 set detailed targets

In the recent years Yemen has been encountering a time of across the board destabilisation, which strengthened in September 2014 and brought about all out common war and universal military intercession in March 2015. While the brutality has been horrendous and

Zero hunger is one of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and it continues to receive a lot of attention because the number of people affected by hunger increased by 38 million to 815 million between 2015 and 2016.

After more than a decade of decreasing food insecurity numbers across the world, hunger and malnutrition are on the rise. The 2018 State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World report (SOFI) shows that an estimated 821 million people

The UK has reached a stage where it’s critical to make renewable energy technology truly accessible for residents and business owners alike. The issue is one that faces all developed countries that aspire to base their economy on renewable energy. How

Stretch targets, by nature, are designed to spur action. One hugely critical target, however, is at risk of passing by unmet. This target is the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goal 8.7, a global goal which calls for effective measures to end forced

Countries Need to Take Concerted Action, at Home and Beyond Zero Hunger by 2030, this is the target countries set as part of the Agenda 2030. Zero hunger can only be achieved if concerted action is taken to address climate change

Imagine you lived in a house with 100 people. Or, to be more precise, with 25 children, 66 mid-aged adults, 9 senior citizens

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