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Ending Hunger in America, 2014 Hunger Report

Introduction

Published on in “General, Religion & Spirituality”, language — English. 24 pages.
In 2012 nearly 50 million people in the United States lived in households that struggled to put enough food on the table. The number of people stalked by hunger in the United States has soared since the Great Recession. Every year since the turn of the millennium, at least 20 million Americans (one in 6) have been worried about running out of food. More
The report offers a plan to end hunger in the United States by 2030. That’s more than enough time to get the job done, especially when you consider there are people in high places—for example, Jim Kim, president of the World Bank—who believe it is possible to end poverty globally by 2030. More
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