Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Jim Morris and the United Nations World Food Program, Part 3

In this final installment, I speak with Jim Morris, former executive director of the United Nations World Food Program about his present work in central and southern Indiana with the Interfaith Food Initiative. Jim offers that so many who are “food insecure,” especially children, should not be, especially here in the U.S.  ”Every child ought to have a well-balanced diet of good nutrition providing 2300 calories a day … Doing something about child hunger is the most powerful intervention we can make in the life of a child.”

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