Understanding social equity and sustainability interactions in the Sustainable Development Goals: Gender differences in food security

Understanding social equity and sustainability interactions in the Sustainable Development Goals: Gender differences in food security This discussion brief examines interactions between the SDGs on food security and gender equality, aiming to identify potential conflicts as well as opportunities to advance both goals simultaneously. The world has made tremendous progress in food production in the last few decades, lifting people out of poverty and greatly reducing hunger and malnutrition. However, women and girls are still likelier than their male counterparts to go hungry or eat poorly.

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