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Ending Hunger in America, 2014 Hunger Report

Conclusion

Publié sur dans “Général, Religion et spiritualité”, langue – English. 4 pages.
The presence of hunger amid plenty is profoundly troubling, its persistence even more so. If we’re being honest with ourselves, while the composition of the hungry population has certainly shifted over time, we have failed to move the needle on this issue in any fundamental way for more than a decade. There’s so much first-rate work being done to understand and address hunger in America. We need to figure out how to pull this work together such that it equals more than the sum of its parts. Plus
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. Plus
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