Los Angeles Times Outlines Multiple Causes Of Global Hunger, Malnutrition, Recognizes World Day

Los Angeles Times: On World Hunger Day, a look at why so many people don’t get enough food
“The United Nations has set a goal of eradicating hunger and malnutrition by 2030. Although the prevalence of hunger has declined in recent years, the lack of access to adequate and nutritious food remains an insatiable challenge across the globe. As World Hunger Day is observed on Sunday, here’s a look at what’s behind the continuing prevalence of hunger around the world…” (Simmons, 5/28).

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