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NUTRITIOUS FOODS ARE KEY TO FEEDING THE HUNGRY

Developed countries tend to respond to world hunger emergencies by sending in such staples as rice and wheat. But, the leader of the UN's Nutrition Requirements and Assessment Group, Barbara Burlingame says carbohydrates are not enough. We'll talk to her about nutrition and the growing effort to ensure it's a part of our response to hunger.( Photo: CP PHOTO/Stephen Thorne )

Websites:

- http://www.mcgill.ca/globalfoodsecurity/
- www.fao.org

Photo: Children wait for their families' daily allotment of bread from a UN World Food Program bakery in Mazar-i-Sharif on Thursday, May 6, 2004. Canada is helping fund a WFP program that adds micronutrients to Afghan flour. (CP PHOTO/Stephen Thorne)

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