International organizations in the fields of forestry, agriculture and fisheries that have developed a shared vision and an integrated approach to sustainability are the FAO or Food and Agriculture Organization. In the FAO itself, it can put the organization in a strong position to make an immediate contribution to the countries in implementing and of course the SDG (Nations, 2016). Aims to develop the best and most appropriate indicators, FAO in collaboration with the United Nations Statistics Commission and the 28-member Interagency and Expert Group on SDG indicators.
FAO can support state monitoring by identified by IAEG-SDG, at least 25 out of about 230 SDG indicators. Being in an area where FAOs where FAO territory itself has expertise as well as experience as a specialized UN agency, they also have a commitment to food security and sustainable development, and their own indicators such as established and new indicators. Key targets are areas such as hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition, and better management of natural resources.To help countries meet new monitoring challenges, FAO has a strong comparative advantage in its capacity. FAO has also started several projects with colleagues such as,-Through the Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural Statistics, the largest-ever initiative of capacity development in agricultural statistics, FAO is developing guidelines on new cost-effective methods to produce food and agricultural data, on strengthening regional training institutions and improving the skills of national statisticians, and on providing technical assistance to design sector-specific strategic plans, enhance institutional coordination, and to test new statistical tools. -FAO also directly supports countries in strengthening their ability to use national surveys to monitor SDGs. To promote consistent reporting of indicators for SDG2 targets, FAO is advising countries on the best ways to collect and analyze food consumption data to estimate undernourishment and on introducing the Food Insecurity Experience Scale module into national surveys (Nations, 2016).
D. REQUESTED DECISION/ACTION To achieve SDGs, it is necessary to increase food and nutrition security.a. The security of food security and nutrition is achieved when everyone has physical, social and economic access to adequate, safe and nutritious food for a healthy balanced diet that is essential for economic growth and social progress in developing countries. Food security is an indication not only of the number of people who are starving, but also the long-term development prospects.
b. Progress in food security, including increased supply due to improvements in food security and production, will therefore have a relevant impact on far greater amounts of SDG than just Target 2, including those related to poverty alleviation, improving public health, and encouraging growth economy.c. Therefore, CFS and its products can play a very important role in achieving SDG by emphasizing the importance of food and nutrition security and working towards effective tools and partnerships to achieve them.d.
Private Sector Mechanisms to recognize and build the value of open, transparent, regulatory trade policies that promote market integration, create robust food systems and improve food security drive CFS and all CFS stakeholders.