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The State of Food Insecurity in the World 2011

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2011

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Resource IDfaofood2011
Resource titleThe State of Food Insecurity in the World 2011
Author/sourceFood and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Date published 2011
Summary text/ abstractSmall import-dependent countries, especially in Africa, were deeply affected by the food and economic crises. Indeed, many countries are still in crisis in different parts of the world, particularly the Horn of Africa. These crises are challenging our efforts to achieve the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) of reducing the proportion of people who suffer from hunger by half by 2015. Even if the MDG were to be achieved by 2015 some 600 million people in developing countries would still be undernourished. Having 600 million human beings suffering from hunger on a daily basis is never acceptable. The entire international community must act today, and act forcefully and responsibly to banish food insecurity from the planet.
Library categoriesEconomics, Extreme Energy, Food & Agriculture, 'Limits to Growth', Politics
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