Provide water and food for all people, in sufficient quantities and in good hygienic conditions.
Grow agriculture that respects natural resources, i.e. that does not use pollutants and that respects future generations.
Ensure that all people, especially the poor and those in fragile situations, including children, have access to safe, nutritious and sufficient food throughout the year.
Eliminate all forms of malnutrition (i.e. not having enough food to eat and be well), particularly among children under 5, adolescent girls, pregnant and lactating women and the elderly.
Increase compensation for food producers, especially small-scale producers, especially women, indigenous peoples, farming families, herders and fishermen.
Ensure that these producers have secure and fair access to land, services and opportunities to grow and develop.
Use cultivation methods that are able to adapt to climate change, extreme weather, drought, floods and other disasters, and gradually improve the soil and soil quality.
Ensure the genetic diversity (existence of many different versions of the same organism) of seeds, cultivated plants and farm and domestic animals and their similar wild species. Establish national, regional and international seed and plant banks. The seeds of the most important plants or those in danger of disappearing are catalogued and stored in these facilities.
Conserving plant biodiversity is important for preserving the richness of nature and ensuring our survival.
Make the fruits of this labour accessible to all.
Investing money to build agricultural infrastructure (roads, aqueducts, irrigation systems, electricity grids, etc.).
Promote exchange and trade between countries.