SDG2
Zero Hunger

End hunger and wasting, help children, elderly people and pregnant women to eat well, support small-scale food producers, and promote sustainable agriculture.

[NYCU SDGs Project] Solving Environmental Problems with Self-Recycling Urban Farms

Professor Jehng-Jung Kao from NYCU Institute of Environmental Engineering led his team to build completely zero-waste self-recycling urban farms on concrete floors such as roofs and balconies. With the circular rooftop farm, people can grow vegetables on their own and cool down the roofs simultaneously, thereby achieving energy saving and

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Our Warm and Energetic Supporters on Campus

In terms of taking care of the financially disadvantaged students, Division of Student Assistance from our campus not only follows the laws and regulations but also unifies humanistic care, companionship, and financial assistance into one student assistance service. Providing care when accepting various applications In the process of accepting students’

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Liching Medical Club Goes Native

During the summer of 2020, the Liching Club—based at Yang Ming Campus of National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU)—traveled to Qatu Village of Nantou County for its tenth consecutive year of offering medical services and raising awareness of local issues regarding medical and health care, childhood education, culture, and

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Hult Prize 2021—Food for Good: Transforming Food into a Vehicle for Change

Hult Prize is a global annual competition founded in 2009 by Ahmad Ashkar of the HULT International Business School; it is held in partnership with the United Nations. Known as the Nobel Prize for university students, the Hult Prize is an entrepreneurship- and commerce-based competition for university students. The topic

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