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There is enough food in the world to feed everyone yet people go hungry There is enough food in the world to feed everyone yet people go hungry It doesnt seem fair that you and I can satisfy all of our hunger demands quite easily while millions go hungry every day Why cant we give surplus food to those in need Because he problem just isnt that simple Hunger is only not being able to get the required amount of food undernourished but it is also not getting the right kinds of food malnutrition Hunger can be long term due to a poor economy or hunger can be short term due to poor harvest war or natural disaster Hunger occurs all around the world but is more of a problem in some regions that others The world is divided into two parts The southern part consists or poor countries with a low standard of living and countries north of the divide are the opposite Although people north of the divide may have short periods of hunger there are always charity funds to fall back on People south of the divide dont have these organizations and therefore their hunger is more of a permanent state Australia North America and Europe are all north of the divide and all eat enough or more to fill their daily needs South America Africa Sought East Aisa and the Middle East are all south of the divide and they do not have a proper diet The world health organization recommends a minimum kilojoule consumption to be about 11000 kilojoules 2600 calories for persons well being An intake less than this can result in severe malnutrition Some countries in the world have more than they should Greece consumes 163 oh what is needed almost double In the south they do not consume enough calories India 95 Ethiopia 71 On average countries on the south consume less than 100 In
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