Not too long ago, only poets and dreamers imagined a world without hunger and starvation. Today, the worlds expert community--scientists, agricultural specialists, development professionals, working with governments, the UN and private voluntary organizations--is united in its declaration that hunger can be eliminated from the face of our planet by the year 2000.
Compiled by the Hunger Project--a non-profit group established in 1977--Ending Hunger: An Idea Whose Time Has Come is the definitive source and reference book to one of the greatest opportunities humanity has ever faced--the end of hunger by the end of the century. Written in response to a growing grassroots demand for up-to-date information about world hunger and how to end it, Ending Hunger brings together for the first time in one place the full range of expert thinking and approaches to eradicating humanitys oldest and most persistent enemy.
A product of five years research with tthe essential information, facts and data they need to learn about how they can help to end hunger.
- Published: 1985
- Publisher: Praeger
- ISBN-10: 003006189X
- ISBN-13: 978-0030061899
- Dewey Decimal: 363.881
- ECHO Library: 363.881 HUN