Ceres2030 will evaluate the agricultural interventions that can transform the lives and incomes of the world’s poorest farmers while preserving the environment. We believe consensus and communication can build political will and spur action, helping to achieve the objective set by the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of zero hunger by 2030.

Recent Submissions

  • What would it cost to avert the COVID-19 hunger crisis? 

    Laborde, David; Smaller, Carin; Porciello, Jaron (2020-06)
    An additional USD 10 billion is urgently needed to prevent millions more people becoming food insecure as a result of COVID-19. USD 5 billion of this must come from donor governments as aid, with the rest provided by ...
  • A Global Value Chain of Knowledge to End Hunger Sustainably 

    Porciello, Jaron; Laborde, David; Murphy, Sophia; Smaller, Carin (2020-07-09)
    The UN 2030 Agenda commits governments to evidence-based decision-making (UN General Assembly, 2015). This approach requires efforts to find and catalogue the evidence, then developing methods to analyze and synthesize it. ...


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