Drip irrigation systems, introduced to help with worsening drought, are restoring harvests, building resilience to erratic weather, and saving time.
Despite challenges Africa countries are making significant progress toward ending hunger, a UN official says.
In their annual Gates Foundation letter, Bill & Melinda Gates say that 'the lives of people in poor countries will improve faster in the next 15 years than at any other time in history.'
When they are not appearing on the big and small screen, these 16 well-known actors and actresses are actively participating in leading the discussion over food issues, donating as well as raising millions to provide food to the poor, and striving to end hunger worldwide.
Today, over 805 million people around the world still suffer from hunger. Poorest populations have limited access to food and resources, with conflicts hindering food production. But world hunger can be eradicated.
Addressing gender inequality in farming sector of developing countries could increase global food security, Paul writes. Women are more likely to adopt new techniques in farming practices to enhance household nutrition.
These books help eaters find the most nutritious and delicious produce at the supermarket, provide recipes that are good for teen chefs, educate readers about the importance of saving indigenous seeds, and provide home cooks the inspiration they need to start canning and preserving.
Japan’s issues with sustainability, food self-sufficiency, and food security find their perfect metaphor with rice – a staple not only caught up in tradition and national mythology, but in the ever-changing world of global economics.