World Hunger Problems

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The world population has been increasing since the industrial revolution and for the past few decades, the world population multiplied more rapidly, and expected to expand the growth in the future. The demand for food will considerably increase and according to The World Food Programme, there are more than 800 million people undernourished today. The long-term sustainability in the production and consumption of food is significant for the future of the world food supplies. Agricultural production needs to improve to address this unequal access to the resources, meet the needs of growing population and reduce the environmental impacts. Poverty is the main reason for the world hunger. People living in poverty cannot afford to pay for the nutritious food. They are trap in the poverty and couldn 't escape the poverty cycle. There are more than one billion people who currently live below the international poverty line and undernourished. Undernourishment negatively affects people 's heath, productivity and diseases. In India, millions of households suffers from chronic undernourishment and malnutrition. The global agriculture has grown three times over the last 50 years. However, the problem of world hunger still couldn 't be addressed due to the reasons of unequal access and sufficient. There is enough food in the world to feed everyone adequately, but the problem is distribution. The main problems with the current distribution are lack of access to the markets, the

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