SDG Goal 1: No Poverty
2 March 2022
At the heart of Agenda 2030, there are 17 sustainable goals. Out of these, the primary goal is eliminating extreme poverty for all people everywhere (SDG Goal 1: No Poverty). A journey embarks recognizing each needy, deserving person and helping him or her so that no one is left behind vulnerable. A world following each commitment is an obligation regarding the human right to healthy eating, safe drinking, sanitation, and improved hygiene. A nation where food is sufficient and affordable enough to motivate people towards their goals rather than starving and sitting idle.
SDG Goal 1: No Poverty
Billions of the citizens continue to live in poverty and are denied a life of dignity. Globally children die each day due to Poverty with the number of 18,000. The agriculture yields affected by lack of availability of fertilizers result from a 20% decline in the facility of food, leaving adverse environmental pollutants. Telecommunication for space-based technologies has increased the risk for the loss of lives, property, communities, and food due to tropical storms, floods, hurricanes is quite noticeable. The loss in the economy is estimated up to $200 until the year 2003. Sustainable Development Goal one Poverty; aims to ensure protection and health facilities for the poor and these vulnerable communities, access to essential daily living services such as medical, economic support, food intake, shelter, and protection from environmental shocks and disasters.
The establishment of o UN-SPIDER, UNOOSA, back in 2019 is intended to control telecommunication and control all phases of the disaster, including; early warning signs preparatory measures. These measures can help people battle with disasters early before facing any loss related to human and resources. Forecasting and optimizing these natural resources, efficient access to vulnerable communities, managing populated areas are targets to eliminate the extreme Poverty and helplessness by 2030. Apart from resource management, implementing policy frameworks at regional, private, and international levels to run poor and gender-sensitive strategies for their support is helpful. The SDG rule one is determinant to end Poverty and hunger, in almost every way and dimension, to ensure that all human beings live their lives at most whole with resources, education, equality, dignity.