World Faces Worst Hunger Crisis Since WWII, FAO Director Says

Inter Press Service: Progress on World Hunger Has Reversed
“World hunger has increased, reversing years of progress, said a U.N. specialized agency. During its biennial conference held in Rome, Italy from 3-8 July, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) noted that the world is facing its worst food crisis since World War II. … The concerning trends comes just two years after the adoption of the internationally agreed Sustainable Development Goals which includes targets to eradicate hunger by 2030…” (Yakupitiyage, 7/3).

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