When was the last time you felt hungry? Or in other words, when was the last time you felt anxious about getting food in exchange for a full meal? Or maybe you have never experienced food deprivation and hunger. Among the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) issued by the United Nations, the second target is to "end hunger" by 2030, ensuring that all people, especially poverty and Vulnerable groups have access to safe, nutritious and adequate food, while eliminating all forms of malnutrition.
In Taiwan, which is rich in products and has a certain level of GDP, food is readily available, and the problem of hunger seems to be far away from most people. According to a survey report by TNLR (Center for Key Issues Research) , non-millennials photo retouching over the age of 42 this year attach more importance to this SDG indicator than other generations, and "ending hunger" is one of the top five goals that non-millennials consider the most important. However, the younger generation under the age of 42 may not pay so much attention to this issue.
In fact, as long as you take a moment to observe the surroundings and social corners of life, there are still many people in Taiwan who are troubled by the lack of three meals a day, and even suffer from diseases due to severe malnutrition. Not everyone is so lucky to be able to eat a full meal; in order to let readers understand the hunger problem that still exists in Taiwan, the key review website Brand Studio has compiled a "Hungry Book" to briefly explore the current situation of hunger in Taiwan. , see the distance between us and "hungry". What are SDGs? Learn more: SDGs Warm Genera