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Montevideo, November 14th 2018 - 21:48 UTC
One in eight people worldwide still suffers from chronic hunger, the UN's food agency said on Tuesday, describing the figure as unacceptable and warning that the fight against hunger was slowing down. Read full article
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One in eight people worldwide suffer from chronic hunger
and of those, 5 in 10 live in a former British colony ;)
The hungriest nations are the command economies (price control):
Mental retardation caused by severe malnutrition causes the NK army to reject 1 out of 4 recruits.
Even with massive U.S. food aid.
I have never seen such shortages in all my life,
Hernandez [ abuela] says. Who would have ever thought
that Venezuelans would have no milk, no corn
meal, no coffee?
Once South Africa's breadbasket!! JUST A DECADE AGO!, until the 'fast-track' expropriation.
•Argentina began a command economy as of last week.
Time for Rich countries like the UK to quaddruple their food donations. You either talk the talk or walk the walk.
@ProRG I am trying to get an estimate on how much food Argentina/ UNASUR donates? Any leads? :) Thx
@4 We do our bit, you Argies can't even feed your own
Inform yourself: http://www.blog.benjieboo.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/hunger-map.jpg
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