UN Food Systems Summit revealed Massive Disparities in Agricultural Practices

The UN Food Systems Summit highlighted the massive inequities in how we cultivate, produce, and consume food. However, as the UN Development Programme (UNDP) demonstrates, we can grow and consume in a way that is both good for us and good for the environment. 

According to the UNDP, agricultural food systems may be built in such a way that they alleviate poverty, eliminate hunger, and reduce inequality. 

The development agency collaborates with families and farmers all across the world to guarantee that nutritious food reaches those in need. 

UNDP Administrator Achim Steiner states, “Repurposing agricultural support to shift our agri-food systems in a greener, the more sustainable direction can improve both productivity and environmental outcomes.” “It will also boost the 500 million smallholder farmers worldwide, many of them women, by ensuring a more level playing field”. 

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