The scourge of hunger is shrinking, says United Nations

Hunger is affecting 20 percent fewer people today than it did 25 years ago. When taking population growth into account, the numbers are even more staggering. Asia and Latin America mostly account for the good news. Data shows that the situation has worsened in Africa where “extreme weather events, natural disasters, political instability and civil strife have all impeded progress.”

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The scourge of hunger is shrinking, says United Nations

Hunger is affecting 20 percent fewer people today than it did 25 years ago. When taking population growth into account, the numbers are even more staggering. Asia and Latin America mostly account for the good news. Data shows that the situation has worsened in Africa where “extreme weather events, natural disasters, political instability and civil strife have all impeded progress.”

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