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Confounding expectations, global hunger is down
by Howard Lafranchi
The Christian Science Monitor Translate This Article
24 October 2012
On 24 October 2012 The Christian Science Monitor reported:
Here's some surprising good news: Despite sustained drought across some of the world's bread baskets, despite the widespread impact of global warming and a destabilizing rise in global food prices -- and despite continuing population growth -- hunger has decreased over the past two decades. The number of the world's people living with hunger has dropped by 132 million, or from nearly 19 per cent of the world's population in the early 1990s to 12.5 per cent last year, a new report by the World Food Programme and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization finds.
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