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The Transformative Role of Education in Zero Hunger

Education is the cornerstone of achieving the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) concerning hunger eradication, food security, and sustainable agriculture. It holds the key to combating chronic malnutrition among children by shaping family dietary habits and ensuring the intake of vital nutrients like iodized salt and vitamin A supplements.
Research reveals that mothers with lower secondary education are more likely to prioritize these essential supplements for their children, raising important questions about the role of education in shaping health behaviors. Evidence from regions like Andhra Pradesh, India, and Peru highlights the positive impact of maternal education on reducing stunting prevalence, prompting further exploration into the educational interventions needed to address this issue effectively.
Ultimately, investing in education is essential for building a future free from hunger, as it fosters a holistic cycle of empowerment and self-reliance. The interplay between education, dignity, and fulfillment underscores the transformative potential of educational initiatives in shaping a more equitable and prosperous world

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