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SDGS-FOOD TECHNOLOGY: NO POVERTY, THE FIRST SDG TARGET – ENDING POVERTY EVERYWHERE

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Halal-SDGs Foodtech Future – Considering that poverty is still a problem in various countries in the world, the “elimination of poverty and hunger” in 2030 becomes the “backbone” of the goals of the sustainable development agenda. Poverty, which is the main goal of the MDGs, is again the main goal in the SDGs. Apart from poverty and hunger is still a global problem, making the elimination of poverty as the main goal is directed to ensure the sustainability of the MDGs.

The problem of poverty is placed in a multidimensional framework, which sees poverty from various dimensions and views the causes of poverty from various sides.

In Outcome Document Transforming Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development the goal of ending poverty becomes the “main” goal of the 17 goals agreed in the SDGs. The first of the 17 SDGs is “Ending Poverty in All Forms of Everywhere” (End poverty in all its forms everywhere). The main objective must be the theme of development, the main and sustainable agenda underlying the various other development goals such as infrastructure, tourism, food and energy and others.

In the 2005-2025 RPJPN, the problem of poverty is seen in a multidimensional framework, hence poverty is not only a matter of income, but because it involves several things including: (i) the vulnerability and vulnerability of people or communities to become poor; (ii) concerning the presence / absence of fulfillment of basic rights of citizens and the presence / absence of differences in the treatment of a person or group of people in living a dignified life.

Kavadya Syska, Coordinator of the Food Technology Study Program, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Nahdlatul Ulama Purwokerto who is also the Coordinator of the SDGs Center for the Food Technology Study Program said that SDGs that focus on poverty, inequality and the environment in Indonesia must be decorated with socialization programs that these things are shared responsibilities. The government must continue to improve national designs that focus on SDGs by working closely with local governments for appropriate regional designs and also CSO partners to assist the Government in funding and implementation. Indonesia is on the right track on Indonesia’s path to the SDGs. There are still 10 years, 8 goals are stagnant, and 1 Indonesia is working together for a better world.

 

Sources: interviews and references analysis

Food Technology, UNU Purwokerto: Creative, Innovative, Fantastic

Food Technology, UNU Purwokerto: Developing Creative and Innovative Future

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