Zimbabwe tries to revive small farmers’ food production

World Today

Saturday marks World Hunger Day, when people worldwide honor efforts to end the global cycle of malnutrition.

According to the United Nations, 795 million people do not have enough food to lead a healthy, active life.

That’s one in nine people on earth, mostly in developing countries. Asia has the most hungry.

LINK: The Hunger Project

Sub-Saharan Africa is the region with the highest prevalence, where a-quarter of the population is under nourished.

The worst drought in more than two decades has led the government of Zimbabwe to warn that up to four-million will need food aid.

CCTV’s Farai Mwakutuya reports.

Judith Pollock on World Hunger Day

For more on World Hunger Day, CCTV America’s Susan Roberts spoke to Judith Pollock. She is a Business Director at a charitable foundation which focuses on applying ‘enterprise-based solutions’ to global development challenges.
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