Point: Wealthy Countries Must Provide Aid to End Hunger

Smith, Angela
June 2018
Australia Points of View: Hunger;6/1/2018, p2
The article presents an argument in favor of providing foreign aid to developing nations as a means of eradicating hunger. The author argues that wealthy countries should increase their financial support to developing countries. World food production, food security, and rising levels of hunger around the world are discussed. Particular focus is given to the UN Millennium Development Goals concerning hunger and the responsibilities of developed nations.


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