Zero Hunger

End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture.

Mahidol University strives on being a leader in sustainability in response to the United Nations Sustainability Development Agenda 2030. The university has developed academic activities, research, and people for sustainable communities in consideration of efficient uses of resources, social equality, and better life quality of its faculty, staff, students, and surrounded communities with its 4 sustainability strategies; Research and Innovation, Education, Community and Social Participation, and Management. The university focuses on quality and nutritious food accessibility with reasonable prices by setting policies on healthy and safe food promotion, with food court standard control, encouraging consumption that promotes good health, supporting community agricultural product consumption and organic farming. Mahidol University is outstanding in terms of health sciences with institutes or centers aiming at health promotion and nutrition for people of Thailand and people of the world. This is a way to build a stability on food, stopping hunger, elevating nutrition, and support sustainable agriculture according to the Sustainable Development Goal 2: Zero Hunger.