In anticipation of an international meeting next week in South Korea that will likely focus on the global economy, currency regulation, trade and maybe climate change, it’s worth remembering:
A billion people, one out of every six on the planet, are hungry. Right now.
Today, the recently created Global Agriculture and Food Security Program announced it was awarding a second found of funding, $97 million, to fight hunger in Ethiopia, Niger and Mongolia. The primary goal is to help small farmers in these countries improve crop production as well as their own economic well-being. Continue reading