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Friday, April 11, 2008

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We plough the fields and scatter

With the first symptoms of a global food shortage being felt, some experts are sounding the alarm, saying changes need to be made now if the world is to avoid potential disaster.



The United Nations has appealed to its members and international institutions for up to 1.7 billion dollars in urgent aid in a bid to avert a looming global food crisis.

The UN's Food and Agriculture Organization said additional annual funding of between 1.2 and 1.7 billion dollars was needed to support poor farmers and increase production.

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