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Mother and Daughter in Zambia. Photo by Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

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Institute Insights is a monthly newsletter that provides regular reports on the global movement to end hunger by 2030, including updates on what’s happening on immediate concerns like hunger emergencies; who’s working on long-term issues like food production amid climate change; and why we can’t end hunger without tackling age-old human problems like conflict and discrimination.

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Selections from Recent Issues:

The progress against hunger of recent decades has been one of the most encouraging trends in a world that sometimes seems to lack much hope.

To end hunger altogether, we must be able to produce enough nutritious food to meet everyone’s needs. That is hardly a revelation, but it has sometimes received less attention than warranted.

The focus has often been on other essentials, such as ensuring that there is enough food in places where it’s needed and that people can afford to buy the food they need.