UN agency leader warns of conflict due to food shortages. - 28 Apr 2008  
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Head of United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization, Dr. Jacques Diouf said that food shortages could lead to altercations within Africa, Asia and Latin America.  He cited agitations over insufficient food stocks in nations such as Haiti, Indonesia, and Cameroon as warning signs of what possibly is to come. To improve the situation, he is seeking a summit on food security in Rome, Italy at the beginning of June.

Our sincere thanks, Dr. Diouf for your urgent call to action on food security.  We pray that all of our brothers and sisters around the world may always be fulfilled with proper nourishment.