Here’s How We Can End Global Hunger in 15 Years | TakePart

Here’s How We Can End Global Hunger in 15 Years | TakePart.

Sarah McColl has written for Yahoo Food, Bon Appetit, and other publications. She’s based in Brooklyn.

Research by the FAO shows that investment in agriculture is five times more effective in reducing poverty and hunger than investment in any other sector. A joint report from the FAO, WFP, and the International Fund for Agriculture Development presented last month found that a $105 billion investment in rural development, targeting small-scale irrigation and infrastructure systems like food processing to reduce postharvest waste and loss, could close the hunger gap.

“We believe that we won’t see gains in reducing poverty and hunger unless we seriously invest in rural people,” IFAD’s Kanayo F. Nwanze said at the report’s presentation in Rome. “Given the right kind of tools and resources, small-scale agricultural producers and rural entrepreneurs can transform struggling communities into…

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