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SDG 17: Agriculture for Sustainable Development Goals by African Harvesters

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African Harvetsers would be holding the 17th Edition of Acts for SDGs agvocacy designed to show the link between the each Sustainable Development Goal and Agriculture.

The tweet chart event would hold on Wednesday 19th September 2018; Time is 5:00PM West African Time

Venue is Twitter (kindly follow @africanharvesters)
Hastags includes #Ag4SDG #AfricanHarvesters

 

SDG GOAL 17: Partnerships to Achieve the Goal –
Partnerships are significant steps in implementing and tracking the SDG indicators. Partnership helps in raising voices and efforts for achieving common goals.

It involves different stakeholders such as government, private sectors, donor agencies, civil society organizations, research institutions, philanthropists, think tankers and host of others, playing active roles in the economies of the world.

Partnership is also important in disseminating information to stakeholders on the progress of food security, nutrition and sustainability.

A good example of partnership is the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, where a multi-stakeholder approach is deployed to develop and endorse policy and recommendations on a wide range of food security and nutrition issues.

Click here to Learn more on how the 17 Sustainable Development Goals interacts with Agriculture

Linking up the SDGs with Food Security

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