GlobeTracker| World Food Day is Friday, Oct. 16, 2009.
One in six people go to bed hungry each night, not sure how to find food to stay alive. Ending hunger is a global priority. It’s the best course of action that’s under debate.
One cannot separate international politics and the food supply. In Somalia, US restrictions affect promised food aid, because the Islamist hardline group al-Shabab occupies most of southern Somalia and steals the food. They have no interest in feeding the starving with Western donations. Read on: Can Gates, Buffett, Obama, Clinton & Company Really Solve Global Hunger?