Saturday, 16 October 2010

wolrd day of nutrition

The Indonesian singer Anggun performs at the World Food Day gathering in Rome. But can she get the attendees singing from the same hymnsheet on climate change and agricultural development? Photograph: Andreas Solaro/AFP/Getty Images


World days

It is so easy to make a world day on every nonsense you might like or dislike!

It takes few contants in organisations like WHO and UN...and there you are! You got a world day on non-sense!

Today, though, it is a very important world day! On nutrition.

I think it would be more presice to call it world day on malnutrition.

Just think how many people around the globe are either malnutritioned or overfed...and then you can get the wider picture.

Famine, obesity, diabetes...

so many issue so little political will to tackle them properly.

The food chain needs to be redefined in many issues.

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