Food Security has emerged as the greatest challenge to the world organizations, governments, economists, and political leaders in the twenty-first century. Food security is a human right; but more than one billion people are yet to avail proper diet. Food security is not a utopian thought; it is a necessity. We have land, human resources, capital, expertise, and willpower to produce more quantities of agricultural produce to feed all; but we have failed in achieving the target. When one billion people suffer from obesity, one billion people are facing chronic hunger. The Millennium Development Goals include reduction of hunger, but the world statistics explain that the number of food-insecure people is increasing each year. It is because the governments are fighting against the effects of hunger rather than the causes of hunger.
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