WORLDWATCH: World Food Conference the Overlooked Issues
Raymond Kosanke & Colin D Sutcliffe
Around the world, over 460 million people - more than double the population of the United States - are right now threatened with starvation. It is feared that some 10 million people will die this year alone. It is also estimated that most of the victims will be children under five years of age. These were the grim statistics that greeted 1,250 delegates from 430 nations who gathered November 5-16 in Rome for the United Nations sponsored World Food Conference.
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