Anara Bozaeva – candidate for the status of Leader of SDG 2 “Elimination of Hunger”

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The Anara peasant farm began its activities in the Karaganda region back in 1995. Its founder was Bozaev Baikhan Ayapbergenovich and he named it in honor of his daughter Anara.

When he passed away in 2018, his activities in the person of the head of KH Anar were continued by Bozaev’s daughter Anara Baykhanovna.

The current head of the peasant economy, despite his young age, is quite competently leading and very well conducting his business. Probably, her education here also affected – not agricultural, but very much necessary for leadership – studying at the Faculty of Jurisprudence at Karaganda State University named after Academician E.A. Buketov, then studying at the Institute of Central European Education in the Czech Republic.

Now KH “Anara” is a successfully developing dairy and meat farm. In KH there are 140 heads of cattle, of which 100 are stock, 50 cones, 100 sheep. The management plans include expanding the staff and increasing the number of jobs, acquiring new equipment. In addition, at the moment, KX has a dairy minitsech for the production of mare milk (saumal), kumys, cow’s milk, and the production of sour and dairy products.

Why is she a candidate for the status of Leader of SDG 2 “Eliminating Hunger”?

Among today’s global problems of mankind is the fight against hunger.

According to the UN:

About 815 million people in the world are undernourished.
The majority of the world’s hungry live in developing countries, where 12.9 per cent of the population is undernourished.
The largest number of hungry people – two thirds of the total – live in Asian regions. In South Asia, the share of hungry people has declined in recent years, but in Western Asia it has increased slightly.
There are 281 million hungry people living in South Asia. In sub-Saharan Africa, it is estimated that the prevalence (percentage of population) of hungry people will be almost 2014-2016 per cent in 23.
Malnutrition is responsible for almost half (45 per cent) of deaths among children under five years of age – 3.1 million children die each year.
One in four children in the world has a low height for their age. In developing countries, one in three children may face this challenge.
66 million primary school-age children in developing countries are hungry, with 23 million in Africa alone.
It may be thought that Kazakhstan is not concerned. There are two arguments to this.

The first. We are part of the global world, and recently we have been feeling it more and more. The United Nations, as the world’s only truly universal international organization, has become the main forum for addressing issues that transcend state borders and cannot be resolved by any country alone.

Second argument. The wording of Goal 2 is actually much broader.

Goal 2: Eradicate hunger, ensure food security and improve nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture.
And it is for us that it is important to ensure food security and improve nutrition and promote sustainable agricultural development.

Therefore, we always invite those who are directly involved in sustainable agriculture, contribute to food security, to the status of Leader of the SDGs.

Based on this, Anara Bozaeva is a very worthy candidate for this post.

Please refer to SDG2 for further details on these links.

https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/ru/hunger/

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