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FAO chief: Ending hunger starts at the international level

UN Wire | Jan 19, 2015

Hunger still exists despite the world's ability to produce enough food for all, writes Jose Graziano da Silva, director-general of the Food and Agriculture Organization. Hunger is mainly caused by lack of access and protracted armed conflicts, he writes, and those issues must be addressed directly by the United Nations and others so FAO and other organizations can do the work of feeding people. Food Tank (01/16)


UN climate chief: Businesses are key to climate change fight

UN Wire | Jan 23, 2015

Report: Renewables are cost-competitive with oil, gas

UN Wire | Jan 19, 2015

UN's Nabarro seeks last $500 million in Ebola funding

UN Wire | Jan 21, 2015

Analysis: SDGs need to be all-encompassing to address inequalities

UN Wire | Jan 19, 2015

UN Women's HeForShe campaign kicks off IMPACT 10X10X10 effort

UN Wire | Jan 23, 2015

UN rights chief calls for Myanmar monk to be censured for remarks

UN Wire | Jan 23, 2015

UNDP's Clark: SDGs' potential is real

UN Wire | Jan 23, 2015

Opinion: Women's health needs to be central to SDGs

UN Wire | Jan 21, 2015

Dozens dead as DR Congo violence continues for third day

UN Wire | Jan 21, 2015


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