Top 10

Top 10 lists are a great way to make complex issues clear, finite and confrontable. Here are links to a number of great examples of Top 10 lists from this site:

  • Top 10: How to think about the SDGs
    As global citizens, it is not only important that we think about Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development — better known as the SDGs or the Sustainable Development Goals — but also that […]
  • Top 10 Policies for Civil Society Engagement
    June 28, 2017: The Hunger Project recommends that international governmental organizations (IGOs) adopt the following practices for effectively engaging with civil society as an essential element of good governance: Major […]
  • Top 10 Books Relevant to Our Approach
    Here are what I believe are the ten most influential books relevant to our work, with short notes on why you should read them. The Hunger Project is committed to […]
  • UN MDG Report 2015
    The UN recently released its final MDG Report 2015, which documents the fifteen-year effort to achieve the aspirational goals set out in the millennium declaration. Mr. Wu Hongbo, Under-Secretary General for […]
  • Analysis of the Zero Draft SDGs
    On June 2, 2015 the UN released the “Zero Draft” of the SDGs, entitled Transforming Our World by 2030: A New Agenda for Global Action. Here are the top 10 […]
  • Our perspective on the Global Nutrition Report
    Background: Nutrition is a huge and difficult challenge, requiring convergent action on many fronts: agriculture, health, WASH, education and – most importantly – gender equality and female empowerment. Those championing this […]
  • New Year Review
    Happy New Year! At last, we’ve entered the pivotal year in development – 2015 – and it is incumbent on us to review the achievements of 2014 and the upcoming […]
  • Wish List for 2015
    Nancy Birdsall, head of the Center for Global Development, has invited readers to contribute to her 2015 policy wish list (click here for her piece). Here are my suggestions: 1) […]
  • MDGs to SDGs: Top 10 Differences
    The purpose of this note is to provide a brief outline the similarities and differences between the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) launched in 2000, and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), […]
  • 2014 Advocacy Goals
    Thanks to everyone for your improvements to our draft. As of today, January 31, 2014, here are our advocacy goals. Set Strong Post-2015 Goals. We need to keep the pressure […]
  • 2013 Ending Hunger Top 10
    As the MDG deadline approaches and the world debates “bold but practical” post-2015 development goals, what difference did 2013 make? Here are what I’ve seen as the top 10 milestones […]
  • Results of our poll on top milestones of 2013!
    Here are the results of our poll: “What do you think were the THREE most important milestones in the global landscape for ending hunger and poverty this year?” Answer Votes […]
  • 2012 Top Ten Trends in Ending Hunger and Poverty
    This year saw a continuation and expansion of many of the positive trends in the 2011 list: civil society consultation, gender mainstreaming, transparency, small farmer empowerment.  And it saw new […]
  • Top Ten Interventions for Women’s Empowerment and Gender Equality
    Proven ways to make programs work and empower women By John Coonrod, Executive Vice President, The Hunger Project This article originally appeared in the March 2011 issue of Monday Developments […]

Top 10 Lists on other sites

World Food Programme – Women and Hunger: 10 Facts

Top Ten Actions to Make Post-2015 “Local”

Top Ten Interventions for Women’s Empowerment and Gender Equality

Top Ten Gender Actions by Hillary Clinton: Advancing the Unfinished Agenda

Top Ten Trends of 2011