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TARGET: Zero Hunger

TARGET: Zero Hunger is a podcast featuring the people, issues and policies at the root of global food security. With the latest research and the help of farmers, development experts and decision-makers around the world, each episode sheds a light on different parts of our food systems, exploring questions like: How will growing mega cities source their food; how can forest conservation help to eradicate hunger? And how do changing diets influence the biodiversity on our planet? | Listen on Soundcloud, iTunes and Stitcher.

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In this episode we take you to  Colombia to explore how farming and land rights are tied into the country’s quest for sustainable peace after 52 years of civil strife. [...]
In this episode we are visiting the community of Engarasero, near the border or Kenya and Tanzania. For centuries, semi-nomadic Maasai tribes of East Africa have migrated and herded their [...]
Around the world, 3 billion people lack access to clean fuels and technologies for cooking. In Africa, charcoal production has doubled in the past two decades and demand is likely [...]
For this week's episode, we asked FAO expert Christiane Monsieur to document her trip to a handful of villages in Niger. These villages organize Dimitra Clubs. In communities all throughout [...]
In this episode, we explore the relationship between peace and food security. For today’s story, we gave FAO communications officer Karina Coates a recorder to tape her visits  to two [...]
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