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Millions Fed: Proven Successes in Agricultural Development

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Millions Fed: Proven Successes in Agricultural Development
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Publisher: IFPRI
ISBN/ASIN: 089629661X
ISBN-13: 9780896296619
Number of pages: 176

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This book examines how policies, programs, and investments in pro-poor agricultural development have helped to substantially reduce hunger across Africa, Asia, and Latin America. The 20 success stories presented here provide both lessons and inspiration for continued efforts to eradicate hunger and malnutrition among the one billion people still facing this scourge.

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