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[I&A] 【整理】2008-02-26: 联合国:价格上涨引发饥饿

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The world's largest provider food aid world progam has two big warries.First after run-away prices increase they now can't afford to buy enough to feed these already suffering hunger.And second ,more people are sleeping into hunger unable to pay huge price increases.Look at this ,the price of wheat for around 6 dollars a bushel in last Augest.The prices climbs tripping in just 6 months to current price is 18 dollars.We take corn another basic souce of food at a 12 year high or soil now selling on the world market all time high.All these rises adding up to a crisis.

Pakistan is one country taking drastic messures,guiding pricious subside wheat for distribution to 7-million to household who would otherwise go without."I have eight people to feed"said this man,"and have to take time to work to kill for food."

But it's in regins of Africa highlight in red where hungry is most acute.The world food program have budgeted 6-million pounds to pay for food and fule worldwide in 2008.But the huge price rises ,had push it up to 850 pounds.Now the WFP is urging donor goverments the US the largest to find the extra money.

 What happend is to fill this cup ,which is a typicalcup,we give school children around the world ,20 million school children and now cost 40% more than it did in last June.And so this is the reality that heating food markets around the world and also heating our programs which are directed at world's most vulnerable .

Why are basic price shooting up so fast.Partly because of the success stories in world.As more people particuly in China climbed out of poverty and can afford more food including meat, demand for grain to feed animals,as well as humans keeps on climbing.Then these rising demand for crops to produce bio-fuels as an alternative to oil.That takes land away from food production .

Unitednations is very keen to addtress that it has enough food to feed the world.But with prices rising up and more people unable to pay them,helping the hungry becomes a even greater...

[ 本帖最后由 dwb337 于 2008-2-27 11:27 编辑 ]

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The world's largest provider of food aid-the World Food Programme has two big worries. First,after one-way pricing increases they now cannot afford to buy enough to feed those already suffering hunger. And second, more people are slipping into hunger, unable to buy, to pay hugely increased prices. But look at this, the price of wheat, for around 6 dollars a barrel last August, the price has climbed tripling in just six months to current prices about $18. We'll take corn, another basic source of food out of a 12-year high, or soya, now selling on world markets an all-time high, all these rises adding up to a crisis.

 

Pakistan is one country taking drastic measures guarding pressure-subsidized wheat for distribution to wide 7 million households to without the wise go without. "I have eight people to feed",says this man, "and in fact it takes time of work to queue for food".

 

But it's regions of Africa highlighted in red where hungry is most acute. The World Food Programme had budgeted around 600 million pounds to pay for food and fuel worldwide in 2008. But the huge price rises will push that up to 850 million pounds.Now the WFP is urging donor governments, the U.S. as the largest, to find the extra money.

 

What's happened is to fill this cup, which is a typical cup we give to school children around the world, 20 million of school children, and now accounts 40% more than it did last June. And so this is a reality that's hitting food markets around the world but it's also hitting our programs which direct at the world's most vulnerable.

 

Why are basic prices shooting up so fast? Partly because of the success stories in the world. As more people particularly in China climb out of poverty and can afford more food including meat, demand for grain to feed farm animals as well as humans keeps on climbing. Then is the rising demand for crops to produce biofuels as an alternative to oil. That takes land away from food production.

 

United Nations is very keen to stress that there is enough food to feed the world. But with prices racing up and more people unable to pay them, helping the hungry becomes an even greater problem.

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HW:) The world’s largest provider of food aid, the World Food Programme has two big worries. First, that after runaway pricing increases, they now can’t afford to buy enough to feed those already suffering hunger, and second, more people are slipping into hunger, unable to buy, to pay hugely increased prices. Well, look at this, the price of wheat, from around 6 dollars a bushel last August, the price has climbed, tripling in just six months, to the current price about 18 dollars, which take corn, another basic source of food up to a 12-year high, or soya, now selling on the world market at an all-time high. All these rises adding up to a crisis. Pakistan is one country taking drastic measures, guarding precious subsidized wheat for distribution to about 7 million household, who would otherwise go without. “I have 8 people to feed,” says this man, “and I have to take time off work to queue for food.” But it’s in regions of Africa highlighted in red where huger is most acute. The World Food Programme had budgeted around 600 million pounds to pay for food and fuel worldwide in 2008. But the huge price rises have pushed that up to 850 million pounds. Now, the WFP is urging donor governments, the US as the largest, to find the extra money. What’s happened is to fill this cup, which is a typical cup we give to the school children around the world, 20 million school children, / now cost 40% more than it did last June. And so, this is the reality that’s hitting food markets around the world, but it’s also hitting our programs, which are directed at the world’s most vulnerable. Why are basic prices shooting up so fast? Partly, because of success stories in the world. As more people, particularly in China, climb out of poverty, and can afford more food including meat, demand for grain to feed farm animals, as well as humans, keeps on climbing. Then there’s rising demand for crops to produce bio-fuels as an alternative to oil. That takes land away from food production. The United Nations is very keen to stress that there is enough food to feed the world. But with prices racing up and more people unable to pay them, helping the hunger becomes an even greater task.
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The world's largest provider of food aid, the World Food Program, has two big worries. First, that after run-away price increases, they now can't afford to buy enough to feed those already suffering hunger, and second, more people are slipping into hunger, unable to buy, to pay hugely increased prices. Well, look at this, the price of wheat, for around six dollars a bushel last August. The price has climbed triplly in just six months to current price above 18 dollars. We take corn, another basic source of food up to a 12-year high, or soil, now selling on the world market at an all-time high. All these rises are adding up to a crisis. Pakistan is one country taking drastic measures, guarding precious subsidized wheat for distribution to about seven million households who would otherwise go without. "I have eight people to feed," says this man, "and I have to take time of work to queue for food." But it's in regions of Africa highlighted in red where hungry is most acute. The World Food Program had budgeted around 600 million pounds to pay for food and fuel worldwide in 2008. But the huge price rises have pushed that up to 850 million pounds. Now the WFP is urging donor governments, the US is the largest, to find the extra money. "What's happened is to fill this cup, which is a typical cup. We give to school children around the world, 20 million school children and now cost 40% more than it did last June. And so this is reality that's hitting food markets around the world but it's also hitting our programs which are directed at world's most vulnerable. Why are basic prices shooting up so fast? Partly because of the success stories in the world. As more people, particularly in China, climbed out of poverty and can afford more food including meat, demand for grain to feed farm animals, as well as humans, keeps on climbing. Then this rising demand for crops to produce bio-fuels as an alternative to oil. That takes land away from food production. The United Nation is very keen to stress that is there enough food to feed the world ? But with prices racing up and more people unable to pay them, helping the hungry becomes an even greater task. [ 本帖最后由 goanna 于 2008-2-27 22:33 编辑 ]
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The world largest provider feels that the food program has two big worries. First after the run-away price increases,they now can't afford to buy enough to feed those are already suffering hunger. And second,more people are sleeping in the hunger,unable to buy to pay hugely increased prices. Now look at this the price of wheat,for around six dollars a bushel last August,the prices climbs triplly in just six months to current prices above 18 dollars. We take corn as another basic source of food ,up to 12 year high……,now selling on the world markets all-time high. All these rises added up to a prices. Pakistan is one country taking drastic measures gurding precious subsidized wheat for distribution toward 7 million households who would otherwise go without. "I have 8 people to feed"says this man,"and I have to take time of work to queue for food." But it's in regions of Africa highlighted in red where hungery most killed.The world aid program had buget around 600 million pounds to pay food and fuel worldwide in 2008.But the huge price rises push that up to 850 million pounds.Now the WFP is urging donor governments, the US is the largest, to find the extra money. What happened is to fill this cup which is a typical cup we give to school children around the world,20 million school children,and now cause 40 percent more than it did last June.And this is the reality that hitting food markets around the world but it also hitting our programs which directed at world's most vulnerable. Why are prices shooting up so fast?Partly because the success stories around the world.As more people particularly in China,climb out of poverty and can afford more food including meat,demand for grain to feed farm animals as well as humans keeps up climbing.Then the rising demand for crops to to produce bio-fuels as an alternative to oil. That takes land away from food production. The United Nation is very keen to stress that is there enough food to feed the world ? But with prices racing up and more people unable to pay them, helping the hungry becomes an even greater task. [ 本帖最后由 Koala beauty 于 2008-2-27 23:28 编辑 ]
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UN warns over food aid rationing. Ration food aid: 配额食品援助

 

The world’s largest food aid, the world food program, has two big worries. Firstafter running away prices; they now can’t afford to buy enough to feed those already suffering over hunger. Second, more people are slipping into hunger, unable to buy, to pay the increasing prices.

 

Well, look at this, the price of wheat, around 6 dollars last Aug., the prices clime triply among 6 months, to carry the prices about 18 dollars. Take a look at corn, another basic for food is twelve years high. Or Soya, now selling at world markets, is all time high. All these rises adding up to a crisis. Pakistan is one country taking drastic measures, guarding, pressure subsidize wheat for distribution to 7 million households who otherwise would goes without.

I have 8 people to feed, said this man, and has to take time of work to cue for food.

 

But in regions of Africa, highlighted in red where hungry most killed. The world food program had budget of around 600 million pounds to pay for food and fuel worldwide in 2008. But the huge price arise has pushed that up to 850 million pounds. Now, the WFP is urging the donor governments, the US, the largest to fund the extra money.

 

What happened is to fill this cup, which is a typical cup, we give food to school children around the world, 20 million school children, now cost 40% more than it did in last June. This is the reality that hitting the food market around the world. But it is also hitting our programs, which directed to the worlds most vulnerable.

 

Why are these basic prices shooting up so fast? Partly because the success stories in the world. As more people, particularly in China, come out of poverty and can afford more food including meat.  Demand for grain to feed far more animals as well as humans, keeps on claming. Then the arising demand to crops to produce bio-fuels, an alternative to oil, that takes land away from food production.

 

The United Nations has very come into stress. There is enough food to feed the world, but with the prices hitting up and more people can’t pay them, helping the hungry becomes an even greater issue for the whole world.

 

[ 本帖最后由 sammiez 于 2008-2-28 09:36 编辑 ]
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The world's largest provider of food aid, the World Food Program, has two big worries. First, that after run-away price increases, they now can't afford to buy enough to feed those already suffering hunger, and second, more people are slipping into hunger, unable to buy, to pay hugely increased prices. Well, look at this, the price of wheat, for around six dollars a bushel last August. The price climbed tripl in just six months to current prices above 18 dollars. We take corn, another basic source of food up to a 12-year high, or soil, now selling on the world market at an all-time high. All these rises are adding up to a crisis. 

Pakistan is one country taking drastic measures, guarding precious subsidized wheat for distribution to about seven million households who would otherwise go without. "I have eight people to feed," says this man, "and I have to take time of work to queue for food." 

But it's in regions of Africa highlighted in red where hungry is most acute. The World Food Program had budgeted around 600 million pounds to pay for food and fuel worldwide in 2008. But the huge price rises have pushed that up to 850 million pounds. Now the WFP is urging donor governments, the US is the largest, to find the extra money. 

"What's happened is to fill this cup, which is a typical cup. We give to school children around the world, 20 million school children and now cost 40% more than it did last June. And so this is reality that's hitting food markets around the world but it's also hitting our programs which are directed at world's most vulnerable. 

Why are basic prices shooting up so fast? Partly because of the success stories in the world. As more people, particularly in China, climbed out of poverty and can afford more food including meat, demand for grain to feed farm animals, as well as humans, keeps on climbing. Then this rising demand for crops to produce bio-fuels as an alternative to oil. That takes land away from food production. 

The United Nation is very keen to stress that is there enough food to feed the world? But with prices racing up and more people / unable to pay them, helping the hungry becomes an even greater task.

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The world's largest provider of food aid, the World Food Program, has two big worries. First, that after run-away price increases, they now can't afford to buy enough to feed those already suffering hunger. And second, more people are slipping into hunger, unable to buy, to pay hugely increased prices. Well, look at this, the price of wheat, for around six dollars a bushel last August. The prices climbed triply in just six months to current prices above 18 dollars. We'll take corn, another basic source of food up to a 12-year high, or soil, now selling on / world market at an all-time high, all these rises / adding up to a crisis.

 

Pakistan is one country taking drastic measures, guarding precious subsidized wheat for distribution to about seven million households who would otherwise go without. "I have eight people to feed," says this man, "and I have to take time of work to queue for food."

 

But it's in regions of Africa highlighted in red where hungry is most acute. The World Food Program had budgeted around 600 million pounds to pay for food and fuel worldwide in 2008. But the huge price rises have pushed that up to 850 million pounds. Now the WFP is urging donor governments, the US is the largest, to find the extra money.

 

"What's happened is to fill this cup, which is a typical cup. We give to school children around the world, 20 million school children and now cost 40% more than it did last June. And so this is reality that's hitting food markets around the world but it's also hitting our programs which are direct at the world's most vulnerable.

 

Why are basic prices shooting up so fast? Partly because of the success stories in the world. As more people, particularly in China, clime out of poverty and can afford more food including meat. Demand for grain to feed farm animals, as well as humans, keeps on climbing. Then this rising demand for crops to produce bio-fuels as an alternative to oil. That takes land away from food production.

 

The United Nation is very keen to stress that isn't enough food to feed the world? But with prices racing up and more people unable to pay them, helping the hungry becomes an even greater task.


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Homework The world’s largest provider through days they were food program has two big worries.first after the runaway increases.They now can’t afford to buy enough for those who are already suffering in hunger.And second,more people are slipping into hunger,unable to about to buy hugely increased prices.Look at this, the prices of wheat.For around 6 dollars / last August.price climbs triply in just 6 months.The current prices are about 18 dollars.Take corn,another basic source of food. Up to a 12-year high.Or soya,now selling in the Wal Market in a all-time high. Or these rises add up to a crisis.Pakistan is a country taking drastic measures. Guarding, pressure sub/ wheat.for distributing to about 7 million household for otherwise go without. I have 8 people to feed,said this man.and affect to take time of work to accrue for food. But it’s the regions in Africa highlighted in red where hungry is most accut.The world food program had budget of around 600 million pounds to pay for food and fuel worldwide in 2008.But the huge prices rises have pushed that up to 850million pounds. Now the WFP has urged donate govenments,US is the largest,to find the extra money.What happened is to fill this cup which is we give to the school children all around the world.up to 20 million school children.Now it costs 40%more than it did last June.And this is the reality hitting markets around the world but also hitting our programs,which is directly at the world’s most vulnerable.Why are basic prices shooting up so fast?Partly because of the success stores in the world.As more people,particular in China,climb out of poverty and can afford more food including meat.Demand for green to feed farm animals as well as humans keeps on climbing.Then is the rising demand for corps to produce buyer fuel as an alternative to oil.That takes land away from food production.United Nation is very keen to stress there is enough food to feed the world.But with the price riseing up and more people unable to pay them.Helping the hunger becomes even greater.
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The world's largest provider of food aid, the World Food Program, has two big worries. First, that after run-away price increases, they now can't afford to buy enough to feed those already suffering hunger. And second, more people are slipping into hunger, unable to buy, to pay hugely increased prices. Well, look at this, the price of wheat, for around six dollars a bushel last August. The prices climbed triply in just six months to current prices above 18 dollars. We'll take corn, another basic source of food up to a 12-year high, or soya, now selling on / world market at an all-time high, all these rises / adding up to a crisis.

Pakistan is one country taking drastic measures, guarding precious subsidized wheat for distribution to about seven million households who would otherwise go without. "I have eight people to feed," says this man, "and I have to take time off work to queue for food."

But it's in regions of Africa highlighted in red where hungry is most acute. The World Food Program had budgeted around 600 million pounds to pay for food and fuel worldwide in 2008. But the huge price rises have pushed that up to 850 million pounds. Now the WFP is urging donor governments, the US is the largest, to find the extra money.

"What's happened is to fill this cup, which is a typical cup. We give to school children around the world, 20 million school children and now cost 40% more than it did last June. And so this is /a reality that's hitting food markets around the world but it's also hitting our programs which are direct at the world's most vulnerable.

Why are basic prices shooting up so fast? Partly because of the success stories in the world. As more people, particularly in China, climb out of poverty and can afford more food including meat. Demand for grain to feed farm animals, as well as humans, keeps on climbing. Then this rising demand for crops to produce bio-fuels as an alternative to oil. That takes land away from food production.

The United Nations is very keen to stress there is enough food to feed the world. But with prices racing up and more people unable to pay them, helping the hungry becomes an even greater task.

[ 本帖最后由 perisher 于 2008-3-2 21:21 编辑 ]

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The world’s largest supplier- Food Aid World Program has two big worries. First, after the run-away pricing crisis, they now cannot afford to buy enough to feed those already suffering hunger; and second, more people are slipping into hunger, unable to buy, to pay hugely increasingly prices. Well look at this, the price of wheat for around 6 dollars a bushel last August, the price is climbing trippingly in just 6 months to the current prices about 18 dollars. ***on another basis source of food 12 year high, or soy now selling on the world market all year high. All these are adding up to a crisis.

 

Pakistan is one country, taking drastic measures, guiding *wheat for distribution ** 7 million household to those otherwise go without. I have 8 people to feed, says this man, and have to take time off work to cure for food. But it’s in regions of Africa highlighting the rate where hungry is most cured. The world food program had a budget to around 600 million pounds to pay for food and fuel worldwide in 2008. But the huge price rises have pushed that up to 850 million pounds. Now the WFP is urging donor governments. The US is the largest to find the extra money. What happened is to fill the cup, which is this typical cup we can give the schoolchildren around the world. 20 million schoolchildren now cost 14% more than they did last June. This is the reality that’s hitting world food market around the world, but it’s also hitting our programs, which directs the world’s most vulnerable.

 

Why are basic prices shooting up so fast? Partly because of the success story in the world. As more people, particular in China, climb out of the poverty, and can afford more food, including meat. Demand for grain to feed farm animals as well as humans, keep sound climbing. Then this rising demand for crops to produce buyer fuels as an alternative to oil. That takes land away for food production.

 

The United Nations is very keen to stress there isn’t enough food to feed the world. But with the price rising up, and more people unable to pay them, hoping the hungry becomes even a *.

 

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