The Anti-Hunger Programme, first presented by the FAO on the eve of the World Food Summit in June 2002, combines the investment in agriculture and rural development with measures to enhance direct and immediate access to food for the most seriously undernourished. It focuses mainly on small farmers and aims to create more opportunities for rural people, representing 70 percent of the poor, to improve their livlihoods on a sustainable basis.
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