A child suffering from severe malnutrition lies on a hospital bed in Diapaga, eastern Burkina Faso. More than 180 million preschool-age children do not get enough nutrients.

Researchers and Nobel laureates say that global hunger can be solved—and with a relatively small investment. In a research paper recently released, a group called the “Copenhagen Consensus” explains how small investments in micronutrients and and other cost effective solutions can end  hunger across the globe. To read an article about the the Copenhagen Consensus in Slate  and to download the research paper click here.

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