结束饥饿

罗马——虽然比2010-2012年估算的8.54亿人减少近1.5%,但世界仍有至少8.42亿人常年忍饥挨饿。很明显虽然已经取得了一定进展,但根除营养不良还有很多工作要做。

在世界领导人试图确定最佳方案过程中,世界粮农组织、国际农业发展基金和世界粮食计划署今年发表的一份联合报告可以作为重要资源加以利用。《2013年世界粮食不安全状况》报告(SOFI 2013)估测了最新的营养不良状况,以及实现千年发展目标(MDGs)和世界粮食首脑会议(WFS)设定的消除饥饿目标的最新进展。

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