Investing in the agricultural sector can address not only hunger and malnutrition but also other challenges including poverty, water and energy use, climate change, and unsustainable production and consumption. WRAG must mobilise scientific, technological and social movements to address these challenges together. The agriculture's role in the SDGs. Sustainable Development Goal number 2, is out specifically to end hunger, achieve food security , improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture. To attain this goal, the United Nations has identified a series of specific targets as well as the means of implementation for reaching them. Goal number 2 can further be explained below to achieve sustainability. By 2030, WRAG will achieve zero hunger through effective collaboration with other NGOs to provide agricultural product for free for me in need ( the poor and people in vulnerable), to safe nutritious and sufficient food all year round. Modern agriculture has achieved much over the past century. While the global population has increased rapidly which has cause the scarcity of food stuffs around the world. WRAG on her part has embark on Agriculture project to support the SDG goal number 2 to supply 20bags of cassava and Maize to the vulnerable communities. Tackling hunger is not only about boosting food production; it' s also about increasing incomes and strengthening markets so that people can access food even if a crisis prevents them from growing enough themselves. An end to hunger is possible by 2030. The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations has already predicted that hunger levels are likely to decrease by hundreds of millions by 2030,

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