This essay emphasizes the progrss made in the last 50 years – reducing hunger from one in every three people to one in six. It explores the importance of helping developing coutries build their resilence so they can better fignt hunger. Includes a section of myths and realities about U.S. foreign assistance.
Connecting communities with new research on agriculture
Bread for the World has supported the goals of Feed the Future, the U.S. government’s flagship global food...