Government of Paraguay bets on the creation of family gardens in sectors of extreme poverty

In 2021, almost 10% of the world's population did not have access to adequate food. In Latin America, it was 8 out of 100 people. Data released last week by the United Nations confirm that the pandemic deepened hunger. In this context, the "Mi Huerta" Project emerged, supported by the international organization, which benefited 5,700 Paraguayan families with supplies and training to provide their own crops and sell the surplus.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Between 702 and 828 million people in the world did not have enough to eat last year. In other words, 9.8% of the world's population suffered from hunger during 2021, according to the report The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2022 (SOFI) jointly presented by five United Nations (UN) agencies.

One of them, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), assured that the UN goal of eradicating hunger by 2030 is getting further and further away.

In Latin America and the Caribbean, the report estimates that 7.8% of the population . . .

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