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The shortage of food and nutrition in Bangladesh has gone away.


Like every year, this year too, World Food Day is being celebrated globally on 16th October. On 18 October 1945, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), one of the organs of the United Nations, was established. Man's main basic need is his food. October 16 is observed as World Food Day every year to draw the attention of the world to the importance of food, its scope, limitations, etc. in the question of the existence of mankind. This day is celebrated with different themes in different years. This year, the theme of World Food Day 2020 is - ‘Develop together with everyone, take care of the body, stay healthy. Our actions are our future.

In the present reality, this year's premise is considered to be timely and appropriate. I want to start with the last part. Our actions determine our future. Just as a person's karma greatly affects his future life, so does the collective karma of mankind indicate his future path. Proper planning comes before action. If the plan is real and timely then success will come. However, it also requires evaluation, supervision and competent leadership. Hon'ble Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Hon'ble Minister of Agriculture. Under the direction of Md. Abdur Razzak, sixteen arts have been completed in the agriculture of Bangladesh. Agriculture in Bangladesh is very rich now. Bangladesh is now a role model in the world court in agricultural development.

As global civilization continues to evolve to make life a little better or more comfortable as a result of the evolution of human civilization, global warming, the various shocks of climate change are now being felt everywhere. As a result, many thinkers and researchers are worried about the future of the planet, the result of the overall work of mankind. In this reality, the United Nations has declared the goal of sustainable development with the overall development in mind. Sustainable development is developmental activities. Through which the current economic progress is also ensured without any adverse impact on nature, environment and ecosystem. That is to continue the current development by ensuring future environmental protection.

On September 25, 2015, the 70th Session of the UN General Assembly adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The 2030 Agenda is an action plan to ensure peace, prosperity and sustainable development for people around the world, which will strengthen world peace and end all forms of inequality, including hunger and poverty. Ending all forms of poverty, including extreme poverty, is now the world's biggest challenge, and it is a prerequisite for sustainable development. Over the next decade, all countries in the world will work to achieve these goals, which will enable economic growth to end all forms of human poverty; Work can be done to address the risks of climate change, including the elimination of all forms of inequality and the reduction of inequality. And the motto of these activities will be to follow the principle of ‘Leaving no one behind’.

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