[PR] Gain and Get More Likes and Followers on Instagram.

#goal1

MOST RECENT

#Repost @cfn.online (@get_repost)
・・・
TO EVERYBODY OUT THERE:

For the successful execution of our project, we will appreciate your kind donation. No amount is too small... Join us in giving people hope to live.

Kindly make your donation to 0126412728
IKUNAIYE ONIZE KHADIFFA
GTB or Dosunmu Ifeoluwa Elizabeth, 0230708077, Wema Bank.
#ProjectEmpower500 #BauchiProject #Empowerment #Skills #peace #Goal1 #Goal16 #development #sdgs

TO EVERYBODY OUT THERE:

For the successful execution of our project, we will appreciate your kind donation. No amount is too small... Join us in giving people hope to live.

Make your donation to 0126412728
IKUNAIYE ONIZE KHADIFFA
GTB.

#ProjectEmpower500 #BauchiProject #Empowerment #Skills #peace #Goal1 #Goal16 #development #sdgs

The second of the seventeen proposed SDGs is “End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture”. PROGRESS OF GOAL 2 IN 2017

Efforts to combat hunger and malnutrition have advanced significantly since 2000. Ending hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition for all, however, will require continued and focused efforts, especially in Asia and Africa. More investments in agriculture, including government spending and aid, are needed to increase capacity for agricultural productivity.

The proportion of undernourished people worldwide declined from 15 per cent in 2000-2002 to 11 per cent in 2014-2016. About 793 million people are undernourished globally, down from 930 million people during the same period.

In 2016, an estimated 155 million children under 5 years of age were stunted (too short for their age, a result of chronic malnutrition). Globally, the stunting rate fell from 33 per cent in 2000 to 23 per cent in 2016. Southern Asia and sub-Saharan Africa accounted for three quarters of all stunted children that year.

In 2016, an estimated 52 million children under 5 years of age worldwide suffered from wasting (with a low weight for their height, usually the result of an acute and significant food shortage and/or disease). The global wasting rate in 2016 was 7.7 per cent, with the highest rate (15.4 per cent) in Southern Asia. At the other end of the spectrum, overweight and obesity affected 41 million children under 5 years of age worldwide (6 per cent) in 2016.
Some progress has been made in preventing distortions in world agricultural markets. The global agricultural export subsidies were reduced by 94 per cent from 2000 to 2014. In December 2015, members of the World Trade Organization adopted a ministerial decision on eliminating export subsidies for agricultural products and restraining export measures that have a similar effect.

Source: Report of the Secretary-General, "Progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals", E/2017/66

#sdgs #goal1 #nopoverty #astepforward #un #unitednations #doyourpart #1outof17

The global indicator framework was developed by the Inter-Agency and Expert Group on SDG Indicators (IAEG-SDGs) and agreed to, as a practical starting point at the 47th session of the UN Statistical Commission held in March 2016. The report of the Commission, which included the global indicator framework, was then taken note of by ECOSOC at its 70th session in June 2016. 
PROGRESS OF GOAL 1 IN 2017

In 2016, just under 10 per cent of the world’s workers were living with their families on less than $1.90 per person per day, down from 28 per cent in 2000. In the least developed countries, nearly 38 per cent of workers in 2016 were living below the poverty line.

Social protection systems are fundamental to preventing and reducing poverty and inequality at every stage of people’s lives, through benefits for children, mothers with newborns, persons with disabilities, older persons and thoses persons who are poor and without jobs. Preliminary data show that in 2016, only 45 per cent of the world’s population was effectively protected by a social protection system and that coverage varied widely across countries and regions.

In 2016, 68 per cent of people above retirement age received a pension. However, that global average masks large regional differences. In Oceania, excluding Australia and New Zealand, and in sub-Saharan Africa, only 10 per cent and 22 per cent, respectively, of people above retirement age received a pension in 2016.

Other vulnerable groups lack social protections as well. In 2016, only 28 per cent of people with severe disabilities collected disability benefits, only 22 per cent of unemployed individuals worldwide received unemployment benefits and only 41 per cent of women giving birth received maternity benefits.

Source: Report of the Secretary-General, "Progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals", E/2017/66
#sdgs #goal1 #nopoverty #astepforward #un #unitednations #doyourpart #1outof17

“Poverty is the worst kind of violence “
Mahatma Gandhi .
Welcome to day 1 #GlobalGoalsYoga 🌍🙏✌️❤️ to a new year and new possibilities.
.
We support goal 1 NO POVERTY with FORWARD FOLD
.
With “right actions, economic sustainable growth and better-focussed aid” we can make a difference. .
Our goal is to use this platform to make us all aware and to make a change. So... .
For 17 days
one goal
and one pose
every day
.
1. Forward fold
2. Warrior 1
2. Moutainpose
4. Revolved chairpose
5. Goddesspose
6. Boatpose
7. Trianglepose
8. Backbend any variation
9. Camelpose
10. Kingdancer
11. Eaglepose
12. Chaturanga
13. Inversion any variation
14. Downward-facing dog
15. Tree pose
16. Pigeon pose
17. Upward-facing dog
.

To Join:
* Repost flyer
* Follow all hosts:
@lottasebzdayoga
@weirdomandys
@ettlivstyle
@northernlights_yoga
@bethanysmithyoga
@caribouyoga
and sponsors:
@waroncancerunited
@umstuff
@superlovetees
@woolami_switzerland
@fglstore * and tag every day with hosts, sponsors and #GlobalGoalsYoga .
.
.
And of course consumption is one of the biggest threats to climate changes, but we can’t be without it so we tried hard to find sponsors that in some way think of this 🙌
.
#forwardfold#uttanasana#humble#igyogachallenge#yoga#globalgoals#union#love#earth#peace#openheart#goals#caribouyogastudio#anewstart#sustainable#goal1

What I am most proud of! #2017 brought me #step1 #goal1 #rebranding I was definitely pushed out of the nest in every aspect of my life but #2018 has brought a #new #focus #drive #understanding #peaceofmind and a #calm #spirit I know I am on finally on the right path. #219 #4thgeneration #annaslove #AD #SLC #garyindiana #steelcity #4generationsofwomen #46407 #48yrs #torchbearer #purpose

"Be thankful" #goal1 -go up to someone today and tell them that they amazing, you may think why but it's to brighten someone's day up keep things positive.

Goal 1 2018 - Go for a bike twice a week. Todays ride consisted of a 5.5km moderate speed ride along the Okaparinga River 🚴‍♀️ #mountainbike #samsung #samsunggears3 #nature #goals #healthy #fit #kickinggoals #fitness #goal1 #bike #sunday #instagram #instadaily

I am not a Texas Tech fan but that was a pretty great game. Not bad for my first college basketball game which featured two top 10 teams. The one bad thing... I think I lost my hearing. #soloud #goal1

Darf ich vorstellen: Das ist der Hund den ich mir wünsche. Ein F1b Mini Goldendoodle in genau dieser Farbe
Das ist leider nicht mein Hund😒sondern @tuxthedoodle

#goal1 #goldendoodle #minidoodle #hybrid #life #lifestyle #lifestyleblogger #Hund #dog #labradoodle #puppy #welpe

I’m coming for you (myself) but better #goal1 #Igot3biggoals #iplanonsurpassingall3 #oldpic

Finding peace in the simplest of things 🌾🍂🌺 #GOAL1 2018 💚 More Activity, Less Stress & More Self Love 💙
.
.
.
#morningmotivation #morningrun #running #cardiogirl #peaceandquiet #natureanditsbeauty #views #sunriseview #sunrise #myescape #fitnessmotivation #fitgirlsofinstagram

Most Popular Instagram Hashtags