Christian Science Monitor Examines FAO Report On Hunger

Christian Science Monitor: Report: Fewer people in the world are malnourished
“Fewer people in the world are going hungry, as the number of chronically undernourished dropped from 18.7 percent of the total population to 11.3 percent between 1990 and 2014. A report released in September by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations estimates that 209 million people who faced hunger by that definition nearly 25 years ago no longer do today, owing to increased commitment by political bodies, agricultural leaders, and nonstate actors…” (Landen, 10/27).

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