Enough : why the world's poorest starve in an age of plenty /

For more than thirty years, humankind has known how to grow enough food to end chronic hunger worldwide. Yet while the "Green Revolution" succeeded in South America and Asia, it never got to Africa. More than 9 million people die of hunger, malnutrition, and related diseases every year--mo...

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Main Author: Thurow, Roger.
Corporate Author: Chicago Council on Global Affairs.
Other Authors: Kilman, Scott.
Everson, David H., 1941-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published:New York : PublicAffairs, c2009.
Edition:1st ed.
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Table of Contents:
  • Preface
  • Part I. The Unfinished Revolution
  • 1. Seeds of Change
  • Mexico, 1944
  • 2. Flow and Ebb
  • Oslo, Norway, 1970
  • 3. Into Africa
  • Northern Ethiopia, 1984
  • 4. Good for the Goose, Bad for the Gander
  • Fana, Mali, 2002
  • 5. Glut and Punishment
  • Adami Tulu, Ethiopia, 2003
  • 6. Who's Aiding Whom?
  • Nazareth, Ethiopia, 2003
  • 7. Water, Water Everywhere
  • Bahir Dar, Ethiopia, 2003
  • 8. A Diet of Worms
  • Sudan, Swaziland, and Zimbabwe, 2003
  • Part II. Enough is Enough
  • 9. Resorting to Outrage
  • 10. "We Can Do Something About This"
  • Dublin and Seattle
  • 11. Take with Food
  • Mosoriot, Kenya
  • 12. Two Steps Forward, Two Steps Back
  • Around the World
  • 13. The Missing Links
  • Kenya and Ghana
  • 14. The Opening Bell
  • Chicago to Addis Ababa to Qacha's Nek
  • 15. Getting Down to Business
  • Davos to Darfur
  • 16. Small Acts, Big Impacts
  • Kenya, Ohio, and Malawi
  • 17. "We Must Not Fail Them"
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Epilogue: Hagirso
  • Acknowledgments
  • Notes
  • Index

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