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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Guardians of life and of Earth
Around the world, but especially in the planet’s poorest regions, women represent a life force that renews itself daily, sometimes against all odds.
Too many still struggling to meet food and nutrition goals
High food prices could prevent millions of people, particularly children, from escaping poverty and hunger.
Hard to stomach: Two billion now overweight
Hunger, food prices, high ecological impact diets — in a world of so many complex food issues, the era of overweight is probably only just beginning.
Feeding a crowded world
The president of the International Fund for Agricultural Development argues that a global agro-industrial revolution that places rural smallholders at the centre is required.
World Food Day: don’t just get mad about hunger
By eating locally and reducing food waste, even those in lands of plenty can do a small bit to help reduce world hunger.
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