2. Zero Hunger: End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture.

Universities can play a significant role in contributing to the achievement of SDG 2, “Zero Hunger”. By establishing research programs focused on sustainable agriculture, universities can develop innovative farming practices and technologies to increase food production while minimizing environmental impact. They can also engage in community outreach and education, promoting sustainable farming and nutrition practices within local and global communities. Moreover, universities can collaborate with local farmers and agricultural organizations to improve access to markets and infrastructure, enhancing food security. Through initiatives like community gardens and food banks, universities can address food insecurity on their campuses and in their neighboring communities. By fostering a commitment to research, education, and community engagement, universities can be vital contributors to the global effort to end hunger, achieve food security, and promote improved nutrition.

YU actions supporting SDG 2

COBA Alumnus and Entrepreneur Speaks about Food Sector in KSA

Al Yamamah Guest Speakers program hosted YU alumnus and entrepreneur, Mr. Abdulaziz Aljalajel to address the college students about investment and projects in the