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Food Aid as a Solution to World Hunger
Food aid as a solution to world hunger

World hunger is a persistent problem that defies simple definition or one-size-fits-all solutions. In some cases hunger is due to the absence of sufficient food supplies. Other times it is due to a lack of money. Sometimes both of these factors are at play. It can also be the result of natural or man-made disasters, or military conflict.1 In the eyes of some, world hunger is looked at strictly in terms of the onset of a famine, a slowly developing disaster of mass starvation.2 Even this broad definition leads to disagreements over whether famine in Indonesia is the same as famine in Africa. For others, world hunger includes periodic events ...

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