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In Blog Post, Former WFP Director Lists ‘Ingredients’ To End Global Hunger

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Ertharin Cousin, Payne distinguished lecturer at Stanford’s Spogli Institute, visiting fellow in their Center on Food Security, and distinguished fellow at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, discusses the “ingredients” needed to end global hunger, including peace and stability, “sustainable and durable food systems (from fork to farm), elimination of malnutrition (particularly stunting), elimination of food waste, and universal access to nutritious food all year long — all quite feasible.” Cousin also discusses the importance of partnerships among governments, donors, civil society and NGOs, multilateral institutions, and the private sector to end hunger (10/19).