The Major Global Impact of the Youth on Food Security and Hunger Towards a Sustainable Development Goal (Sdgs)

By Tochukwu. Benedict Ezeifekwuaba


Sustainable Development Goals
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) formerly referred to as “Transforming our World; the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” is a collection of 17 ambitious “Global goals” with 169 targets between them. Regulated by the United Nations (UN) through an organized process entailing its 193 member countries as well as the Global Civil Society; the goals are listed in Paragraph 54 United Nations (UN) Resolution A/RES/70/1 of 25th September 2015.The decision is a wider intergovernmental consensus that acting as the Millennium Development goals (formerly referred to the post 2015 Development Goals) depends on the principles assented upon under Resolution A/RES/66/288 famously referred to as the future we want. On 19th of July 2014, the United Nations (UN) General Assembly’s Open Working Group (OWG) on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) presented a proposal for the Sustainable Development Goal’s (SDG) to the Assembly. The Proposal consisted of 17 goals with 169 targets entailing a wide range of Sustainable Development Issues. These comprised of improving education and health, ending hunger and poverty, combating climate change, ensuring that cities are more sustainable and lastly safeguarding forests and oceans. On the 5th December 2014; the United Nations (UN) General Assembly collected the Secretary-General’s Synthesis Report which emphasized that the Agenda for the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) process would be centered on the Open Working Group (OWG) proposals

The Intergovernmental Formal Resolving of Negotiations on the post 2015 Development major discussions (IGN) started in January 2015 and it came to an end in August 2015. After the Negotiations, an Amended and a final document was adopted at the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Summit September 25th to September 27th 2015 in New York, United Sates of America (USA).
The Major Global Impact of the Youth on Food Security and Hunger Towards a Sustainable Development Goal (Sdgs)
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Definitions of Sustainable Development

-           It is a development that tries to attain the necessities of the present without altering the capability of the future generations to attain their personal demands. It consists within its two major concepts which are:

.           The ideas of needs most especially the essential requirement’s of the World’s poor to which the most significant priority should be given and

.           The technique of limitation enforced by social organization as well as the state of technology on the environment capability to attain its existing and future requirements

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Tochukwu. Benedict Ezeifekwuaba

Tochukwu. Benedict Ezeifekwuaba

BSc. in Finance (University of Lagos), Nigeria PGD in Oil and Gas Management (South America University), USA Msc. In Oil and Gas Management (South America University), USA and other degrees and awards


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