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The world has become increasingly concerned with problems of health, population control, food production, and economic development. Organizations of the United Nations (Food and Agriculture Organization [FAO], International Labor Organization [ILO], World Health Organization [WHO], United Nations Economic Social and Cultural Organization [UNESCO], United Nations Development Program [UNDP]) have channeled a large amount of talent and finance into these areas in an attempt to improve conditions under which present and future generations live. Similarly, development organizations of individual nations and organizations such as the Rockefeller Foundation, the Ford Foundation, and the international research institutes also are making large contributions to solving food problems of developing countries.
Center for Agricultural and Rural Development, Iowa State University
Agricultural and Resource Economics | Agricultural Economics | Agriculture | International and Community Nutrition
Center for Agricultural and Rural Development, Iowa State University; Faber, Doeke C.; and Heady, Earl O., "U.S. food exports under various worldwide nutritional constraints" (1979). CARD Reports. 86.