NewsDay Tuesday: EIGHT WAYS TO SOLVE WORLD HUNGER

By Global Moms Challenge

July 16, 2013

Writers and journalists around the world are working hard to uncover and share stories of impact for mothers and children. From India to Zambia, from vaccines to child marriage, these stories must be told. This week we will highlight a small cross-section of the great reporting out there. Going forward, Tuesdays will be our regular “NewsDay Tuesday” during which we’ll highlight a news story that draws attention to the world’s most important issues.

Our inaugural post features a piece from the UK’s Guardian Newspaper.

“Eliminating malnutrition is achievable. It’s within our reach.” Bill Gates.

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It is estimated that extensive food trade with Africa means China will have no malnourished people by 2020. Photograph: How Hwee Young/EPA

Eight Ways to Solve World Hunger

“Millions of people are starving, despite the world producing more than enough to feed everyone. What can we do about it?” From ending land grabbing to reducing our meat consumption, journalist Alex Renton outlines each solution, its problems and chances of implementation.

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