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Remembering hunger on world foodless day

Dr. Ines Smyth, an official of Oxfam International, talks to INQUIRER.net reporter Thea Alberto about the result of their research on how to ease the worsening food crisis at yesterday press launch of Oxfam global paper, Double-edged prices, in Philippines.

On Thursday, World Foodless Day, 850 million people continue to live in hunger, with the number expected to double in the next few years if governments around the world would fail to implement proper agriculture measures.  Read the full news story, “A Problem Bigger than Financial Crisis”, on Inquirer.net.

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