By: Huzaifa Qazi
In his address to the Governing Council of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), Prime Minister Imran Khan presented a five-point agenda to eradicate hunger and poverty from the world. It requires reflection. In his keynote address, the Prime Minister called for special attention to agriculture and related issues and highlighted the need for investment that would result in the provision of food items at reasonable and reasonable prices, use of new technologies and food items. Ensure review of usage and productivity methods. The 44th two-day meeting of this important agricultural development body was held in Rome, Italy. In a keynote address at the inaugural ceremony, the Prime Minister of Pakistan proposed a new sustainable strategy for food production and consumption. To be approved at next year’s summit on food. Imran Khan noted the adverse effects of the Corona epidemic on the economies of various countries, especially developing states, and apprised the participants of Pakistan’s efforts to address the plight of the poor and downtrodden.
It was done to solve people’s problems. In this regard, he also mentioned the 8 8 billion package given by his government which was definitely a big and historic package for a developing country like Pakistan. In a world where the World Food Program (WFP) has shown the risk of famine in some of the world’s poorest countries and in stressful areas, and because of population growth and other reasons for the lack of land for agriculture in many countries. There is also a growing need for governments to focus on building sustainable structures, both nationally and internationally. Better results can be expected soon if this investment plays a key role in increasing the productivity of agricultural and food commodities, facilitating their transportation and distribution. This is the first point on the agenda presented by Prime Minister Imran Khan. In this regard, he called the Green Lane in China a good example. The second point put forward by the Prime Minister highlighted the need to keep the prices of agricultural and food items at a reasonable and reasonable level and to refrain from leaving the farmers at the mercy of the corporations. The third point is the use of early results technology for the proper use of water, soil and seeds to increase food production. The fourth point emphasizes the need to ensure the use of digital technology for agricultural development as well as other sectors of the economy, while the fifth and most important point is the review of food use and productivity practices. We can use better food properly while protecting water resources from pollution. It is to be hoped that the above proposals put forward by Pakistan will help alleviate the problems of the troubled world, including the proliferation of Code-19, and that the Rome Conference will be able to come up with a strategy that will alleviate hunger and hunger. It will help alleviate poverty. At the same time, the efforts of under-resourced countries to improve the lot of their people will be strengthened.