U.N. Special Rapporteur On Right To Food Praises Morocco’s Progress, Warns Work Remains To Reach Rural Farmers

The Guardian: Morocco’s progress on food security acknowledged by U.N. but work remains
“Morocco’s progress on reducing poverty and eliminating hunger through a nationwide plan has received qualified praise from the U.N. special rapporteur on the right to food. Hilal Elver acknowledged the country’s achievements in boosting production through ‘plan Maroc vert’ (plan for a green Morocco, or PMV), but cautioned that more needed to be done to reach small-scale farmers in outlying areas…” (Hicks, 10/27).

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