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  • 1. Goal 1 Eradicate extreme poverty & hunger
  • 2. High food prices may push 100 million people deeper into poverty
    • Cost of living in developing countries
    • Increased prices of commodities
    • Increases in the price of food, increasing of poverty.
  • 3. Conflict leaves many displaced and impoverished
    • Increased number of refugees worldwide
    • Strong responsibility of the United Nations
    • Continuous violence and persecution
  • 4. Full employment remains a distant possibility
    • Achieving full and productive employment and decent work for all, including women and young people.
    Proportion of working-age population that is employed
  • 5. Low-paying jobs leave one in five developing country workers mired in poverty Proportion of emplyed people living below $1(PPP) a day, 1997 and 2007(percentage).
  • 6. Half the world’s workforce toil in unstable, insecure jobs Proportion of own-account and contributing family workers in total employment, 2007, women and men (percentage)
  • 7. Halve, between 1990 and 2015, the proportion of people who suffer from hunger
    • Progress in reducing hunger is now being eroded by worldwide increased food prices
    • The poor are most affected by increasing food prices
    • High-Level Conference on World Food Security - Rome, June 2008 -
  • 8. Rising food prices threaten limited gains in alleviating child malnutrition
  • 9. Children in developing countries who were underweight