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1. Theme n°3: Sustainable Development Goals

1.1. Key Words: Hunger ; Development ; United Nations

1.2. Sources: Google ;

1.2.1. Goal 2: Zero Hunger One of the 17 goals fixed by UN is to stop hunger in the world before 2030. However, if the actual trends continue, this goal will never be achieved, the number of people affected by hunger would surpass 840 millions in 2030. By 2030, one of the "Zero Hunger" targets is to double the agricultural productivity and incomes of small-scale food producers

2. Theme n°5: International Fund for Agricultural Development

2.1. Key Words: Fund ; Food ; Development ; COVID-19

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2.2.1. The role of South-South and Triangular Cooperation in transforming food systems within the context of COVID-19 On this 16 September, the UN Rome-based agencies celebrated the 2020 UN Day for South-South Cooperation with "a virtual event hosted by IFAD". The core theme was the role of triangular cooperation in the transformation of food systems, in relation with COVID-19 crisis. Many ideas (solutions?) have been highlighted: generate opportunities for young people ; invest more in rural agriculture ; enhance agricultural production ; review agriculture policies

3. Theme n°6: Food and Agriculture Organisation

3.1. Key Words: Food ; Agriculture Plan

3.2. Sources: Google ;

3.2.1. FAO and World Bank step up partnership to end hunger and poverty The FAO of the UN and the World Bank are strengthening their cooperation to end hunger and poverty at global and national levels. In order to combine their ideas, widen possibilities and share their funds, these two institutions decided to unite themselves.

4. Theme n°8: World Food Programme

4.1. Key Words: Soil ; Agriculture

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4.2.1. World Food Programme resilience projects are empowering people affected by conflict and climate change in Africa.

5. Theme n°10: Think.Eat.Save. Reduce your foodprint.

5.1. Key Words: Food ; Application

5.2. Sources: UN ; Google ;

5.2.1. Think Eat Save - Website which allows to learn "how to choose kitchen appliances, home improvement tools and all in all food recipes and tips". It is also a website which allows to reduce food waste, tips to save foods...

6. Theme n°2: Data & Average Income of small-scale food producers

6.1. Key Words: Income ; Data ; SDG indicators

6.2. Sources: Google ; ; UN Statistics Division

6.2.1. Average income of small-scale food producers Interactive Map concerning the average income of small-scale food producers (data from 2016)

7. Theme n°1: Defining the notion "small-scale food producers"

7.1. Key Words: Small-scale food producers ; Target

7.2. Sources: FAO ; Google

7.2.1. Before doing anything else, it seems important to define the real core notion of our subject: "what is a small scale producer?". But the question keeps receiving different answers depending on the context. That why this paper from Clara Aida Khalil, Piero Conforti, Ipek Erhin and Pietro Gennari is important to understand the "right" definition.

8. Theme n°4: Global Targets 2025 about world's nutrition

8.1. Key Words: Targets ; Future ; Nutrition

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8.2.1. Global Targets 2025 Targets are vital for identifying priority areas for action and catalysing global change. WHO highlighted six main targets for 2025 : 1- Stunting 2- Anaemia 3- Low birth weight 4- Childhood overweight 5- Breastfeeding 6- Wasting.

9. Theme n°7: Feeding the planet

9.1. Key Words: Small-scale producers ; Food ; Planet

9.2. Sources: ; Google

9.2.1. We are Small Scale Producers – We Feed the Planet

10. Theme n°9: Eating from farm

10.1. Key Words: Eat ; Earth ; Producer

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10.2.1. This paper introduces ideas, possibilities about the social, environnemental, and economic benefits of local food systems

11. I have decided to start my researches, my mind map, defining what is for me the core of my subject : small-scale food producers. But quickly I have noticed that this notion stays close to the second goal of United Nations "Zero Hunger". That why I decided to link these two ideas to end up with this problematic below.

12. It seems important to ask the question "How to put small-scale producers as a key to attaining food security and ending hunger in the world?"