Website & Data tools
In September 2015, 193 countries agreed to Sustainable Development Goal 2: Achieving zero hunger by 2030.
The Ending Rural Hunger Website is a toolkit to review and follow-up on this global goal by providing insight into each country’s global efforts to end rural hunger. It features stories and tools for exploring more than 100 indicators. Users can rank, correlate and map data on needs, policies and resources.
The application is built on top of the frameworks D3.js and Angular.
Ending Rural Hunger Report
The Ending Rural Hunger Report introduces key results which emerge from the curated data. The report answers questions like "Where Food and Nutrition Security needs are greatest", "what policy reforms and investments are needed", and "which developed countries are making the biggest relative efforts to ending rural hunger".
The Country profiles provide an overview of key country indicators such as "How many people live in Rural Poverty" and "Which are the most common crops?"
Using an effective, data-driven approach, we built a tool that can render beautiful PDFs in an instant.
A special thanks
This project would not have been possible to realize without the drive & commitment from the client's team, including but not limited to Sinead Mowlds and Lorenz Noe, as well as from Data Act Lab, represented by Alexandra Silfverstolpe Tolstoy and Mikael Göransson. Credits also to Arek Mytych (Frontend Developer) and Martin Lindbratt and Niklas Beinhoff (Designers).