Public, Private Funding Necessary To Address Issues Such As Malnutrition, Lomborg Says In Devex Interview

Devex: Solving malnutrition: Public money for public problems
“The global community must all get involved with tackling malnutrition, but those who pin their hopes on the private sector will have their expectations ‘tremendously dashed in the future,’ Bjørn Lomborg, director of the Copenhagen Consensus Center, told Devex at the #FutureFortified Global Summit in Arusha, Tanzania. … While it’s important to secure the involvement of the private sector, Lomborg asserted that public money must be spent to solve a public problem like malnutrition…” (Jimeno, 10/27).

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