Asia-Pacific Region Must Recommit To Ending Malnutrition, Hunger As Part Of Global Effort To Achieve SDG, U.N. Report Says

U.N. News: ‘Colossal human loss’ threatens Asia, Pacific as hunger fight stalls — U.N. agencies
“Well over half the world’s undernourished people live in the Asia-Pacific region, making it a critical part of the global push to end extreme hunger and malnutrition in line with the Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs), cautioned a new United Nations report on Friday. The Regional Overview of Food Security and Nutrition, warns of ‘colossal human loss’ to Asia and the Pacific, and its economies, if countries do not recommit themselves to ending malnutrition and achieving zero hunger by 2030…” (11/2).

Additional coverage of the report is available from VOA News and Xinhua News.

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