Today, 925 million people in the world today are hungry, and hunger and food shortages cause more deaths each year than AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined. This year (so far), close to 8.8 million people have died of hunger. You can find real time updates at stopthehunger.com, including how much food we are wasting, how much food aid is being provided, numbers on obesity, and how many people are suffering from malnourishment right now.
According to worldhunger.org, world agriculture produces enough food for each and every person to consume 2,720 kilocalories (kcal) per day. Some of the main causes that people are not able to access food are poverty, harmful economic systems, and regional conflict.
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