Publisher : Bread for the World Inst
Release Date : 1991
ISBN 13 : 9780962805837
Pages : 226 pages
Rating : 4.8/5 (962 downloads)
Download Hunger 1992 PDF Format Full Free by and published by Bread for the World Inst. This book was released on 1991 with total page 226 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Bread for the World Institute on Hunger & Development. The report, co-sponsored by other anti-hunger groups, illustrates through ten case studies of specific projects & programs "ideas that work" to alleviate U. S. & world hunger, or that have shown enough promise to justify further pursuit. Each essay examines the pitfalls involved & whether success can be duplicated elsewhere. Topics include the "green revolution," sustainable & participatory development, U. S. domestic food programs, international food aid, reforming economies without hurting poor people, demilitarization, & citizen advocacy. The report updates information presented in the previous volume, "Hunger 1990," on hunger in North & South America, Africa, Asia, & the Middle East, & features statistical tables, bibliography, glossary, & topical index. A new section examines the Soviet Union & Eastern Europe. Contributors include John Mellor, Patricia Kutzner, Don Reeves, Remy Jurenas, Gayle Smith, Barbara Murock, Patience Elabor-Idemudia, the editors, & other Bread for the World Institute Staff. Intended for concerned citizens, secondary school & college instructors & students, opinion-shapers, & policy-makers.