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Hunger QOTD: Norman Borlaug

Hunger QOTD 7.23.12
Women in Jombo village, Malawi, take group cooking classes as part of the USAID-funded Wellness and Agriculture of Life Advancement (WALA) project designed by Catholic Relief Services. The women learn how to prepare nutritious meals for their families. Photo by Racine Tucker-Hamilton/Bread for the World

"Food is the moral right of all who are born into this world." 

Norman Borlaug, Nobel laureate and "father of the Green Revolution."


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