Unfortunately, poverty and hunger go hand-in-hand in many places on Earth. One-eighth of the global population experiences chronic hunger on a daily basis, and according statistics from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), this number is expected to grow if food production does not increase. In addition, 1.4 billion people live in poverty, and one billion of these people live in rural areas and must grow their own food to survive. IFDC is working to bring these farmers out of a cycle of poverty and into a cycle of prosperity through greater access to modern agro-inputs and farming practices and through the development of better-functioning agricultural markets.
An overview of the amount of beer, wine, liquor and tea available on a 7-day cruise. This infographic was created by the team at The Cruise Web. You can visit this site to embed t[...]