Real concern for fighting global hunger

There's lots the G20 can and must do, such as curbing excessive use of biofuel farmlands, building food reserves, investing in small-holder farmers, and curbing land grabs—among other commitments.

Oxfam Photo: Andy Hall
Adjitti Mahamat cooks the one big meal a day for as many as ten children.
Robert Fox
Published: Wednesday, 08/15/2012 12:00 am EDT

As part of the United Kingdom's Olympics legacy, UK Prime Minister David Cameron held a hunger summit the last day of the 2012 games in hopes of reinvigorating global pledges to reduce malnutrition among the world's poorest children.

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