New Internationalist

The Facts

May 1995

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The world produces more than enough food to feed its entire population.
Yet an estimated 35,000 people die of hunger each day
in the Majority World.
The NI examines the gap between the hungry and the greedy.

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Sources: 1 Bertrand Delpeuch, Seed and Surplus, CIIR/Farmers Link, London 1994. 2 The World Bank, World Development Report 1993. 3 Bread for the World Institute, Hunger 1995: Causes of Hunger, Silver Spring, 1994. 4 UNICEF, State of the World's Children 1995.

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