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Title: Achieving Sustainable Development Goals 2 and 3 : Role of Libraries; a group paper presented at the UP-Carnegie conference Pretoria, South Africa 24th-31thMarch 2019
Authors: Kiwelu, Jackline E.
Lyaka, Martha
Mbagwu, Francisca C.
Nyantakyi-Baah, Lydia
Keywords: Libraries
Food Security
Health for well being
Zero Hunger
Role of Libraries on SGDs
Sustainable Development Goals
Issue Date: Mar-2019
Publisher: University of Pretoria
Abstract: The paper highlights the current situation in as far as zero hunger and well being in the world by giving statistical information such as 815 million worldwide are experiencing hunger, 400 million people have no basic health services. Majority of these people are from Africa. The presentation reveal the way academic libraries can be able to contribute in reducing the hunger and ensuring well being of people in the world as a way of ensuring sustaible development goals. This paper also highlight the causes of hunger and poor health and the available information in libraries and the way libraries have contributed in this areas.
Description: The presentation is available full text.
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