José Graziano da Silva

The scourge of malnutrition affects the most vulnerable in society, and it hurts most in the earliest stages of life. Today, more than 800 million people are chronically hungry, about 11 per cent of the global population.

Looking out at the modern, gleaming skyscrapers in many of the Asia-Pacific region's megacities, one could easily forget that this economic transformation masks an unmistakable reality.

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