UN, Jimmy Carter, Say Time Is Ripe to End Hunger

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: March 14, 2005   View Article

The time is now for the richest nations to share their cash, food, and knowledge with the hundreds of millions of people enduring extreme poverty and hunger, according a recent UN report.

“Millions of people die annually of hunger and hunger-related diseases, and many millions more suffer needlessly where famine is preventable,” Jimmy Carter, 39th President of the United States and 2002 Nobel Peace Prize laureate, told National Geographic News.

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