Feeding the Hungry in Africa: Not All Is Lost

Oniang'o, Ruth K.
June 2008
UN Chronicle;Jun2008, Vol. 45 Issue 2/3, p21
The article discusses topics related to the management of hunger in Africa. It estimates that the number of people living with hunger in the country is about 180 million and is believed to escalate continuously. It states that giving foods to the hungry in war- and conflict-torn regions is very challenging and agriculture continues to play an integral role in the economies of most African countries.


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