Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge

The Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge calls on companies from all sizes and from around the world to join the global movement to end hunger.

50 companies have pledged a promising USD 608 Million in 48 countries as part of the Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge.

Pledges have been made by MNEs and SMEs alike for amounts ranging from USD 100 to 100 million and spanning all three priority regions of Africa, Asia and Latin America.

What is the Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge?

The Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge (the Pledge) is an opportunity for companies and investment funds to align their investments with new evidence and commitments by donors, governments, and global institutions to achieve zero hunger by 2030.

The Pledge calls on all companies to join the global movement to end hunger, inviting them to invest, innovate and work with donors and development agencies to change the way food is produced, distributed, and consumed.

Join the Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge and be a part of the global movement to end hunger.

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How does it work?

Any company can sign the pledge provided they accept the conditions and guiding principles of the pledge:

  • The company must make a financial commitment in at least one of ten high-impact intervention areas.
  • The company must make the investment in at least one of the priority countries or regions.
  • The company must name the partners it will work with to achieve the action.
  • The company agrees to comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations.
  • The company also commits to uphold internationally accepted principles.
  • The company should be able to report on the implementation of its pledge.

The pledge screening process 
 

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The difference between pledging and donating

The big difference between a donation and a pledge is the timing. A donation describes the immediate exchange of money or goods from a donor. A pledge is the promised exchange of money or goods from a donor.

About us

The Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge is a game-changing solution that emerged from the UN Food Systems Summit (UNFSS) Action Track 1. The Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge calls on companies from all sizes and from around the world to join the global movement to end hunger.

Join the Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge and be a part of the global movement to end hunger.

Pledge Now