Conflict, climate change throw world hunger trends into reverse – FAO conference

Years of progress on combating world hunger have been thrown into reverse by the effects of conflict and climate change since 2015, according to the Director-General of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), José Graziano da Silva.

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