FOOD SECURITY

One of the greatest threats to society in the next 30 years is food security. Food Security is defined by the World Food Summit of 1996 as:

"WHEN ALL PEOPLE AT ALL TIMES HAVE ACCESS TO SUFFICIENT, SAFE, NUTRITIOUS FOOD TO MAINTAIN A HEALTHY AND ACTIVE LIFE"

Economists estimate that at current production rates, we will not have enough food to feed the world’s nine billion people by 2050*. Food security is a direct response to the heart of our mission: setting the captives free.

 

81 Million People in Need of Food Assistance Worldwide | Food Security Portal

Global Food Security Alert, June 21, 2017 According to the latest Global Food Security Alert released by FEWS Net, nearly $2.2 billion has been spent on emergency food assistance globally since January; despite this spending, however, 81 million people remain in need of help.

Fighting for African food security

Successful smallholder farms, scaled-up investment, and nutrition-friendly public policies are crucial to boosting Africa's food supply in the coming decades, says global leader Kofi Annan. Nobel Peace Prize winner Kofi Annan relinquished his leadership of the United Nations in 2007, but his commitment to global change is stronger than ever.

The secret to food security in East Asia

For the first time in history, we can say we may be the generation to finally end world hunger. South-East Asia will play an important role.