Ending extreme poverty in rural areas - Sustaining livelihoods to leave no one behind | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data

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October 2018
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FAODOCREP:CA1908EN
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85
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Sustainable Development Goal 1, ending poverty in all its forms, everywhere, is the most ambitious goal set by the 2030 Agenda. This Goal includes eradicating extreme poverty in the next 12 years, which will require more focused actions in addition to broad-based interventions. The question is: How can we achieve target 1.1 and overcome the many challenges that lie ahead? By gaining a deeper understanding of poverty, and the characteristics of the extreme rural poor in particular, the right policies can be put in place to reach those most in need. This report presents the contribution that agriculture, food systems and the sustainable use of natural resources can make to securing the livelihoods of the millions of poor people who struggle in our world.

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De La O Campos, A.P. ; Villani, C. ; Davis, B. ; Takagi, M.
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