Africa’s major food crises is mainly due to drought, conflict, lack of governance and environmental degradation due to overgrazing, deforestation, and other types of environmental damages.
Although Africa is presented through many mediums as the center of world hunger, Asia has always had more hungry people, and more malnourished children, in large part because Asia has so many more people.
Hunger in America is no longer a state of being that can be attached to stereotypical recipient. The face of hunger now includes almost every age group and demographic you could imagine.
The number of people suffering from hunger in Latin America and the Caribbean increased by 2,4 million from 2015 to 2016, reaching a total of 42,5 million, according to a new United Nations report, the State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2017.