World hunger won't be eradicated by 2030 without decisive actions

New OECD-FAO report outlook says access to food more important than food availability in addressing undernourishment.

Reducing hunger and undernourishment is a global priority, but according to a new joint report from the Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development (OECD) and U.N. Food & Agricultural Organization (FAO), the world will fall short of accomplishing the goal of eradicating hunger by 2030 without action to increase incomes, expand food production and alleviate income inequality.

According to baseline analysis made in the updated "

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