THE FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS (FAO)
"To the millions who have to go without two meals a day the only acceptable form in which God dare appear is food."
BACKGROUND: Hunger is still the most urgent problem confronting the greater part of humanity. Hundreds of millions of the world's inhabitants are seriously and chronically undernourished. Not only is their diet quantitatively insufficient, but it is qualitatively insufficient as well, lacking the protein essential to health and vigor. In 2002 it was estimated that approximately 800 million people did not have enough to eat.
Unless otherwise noted, all titles are published by the FAO. For a complete listing of available publications, visit their web site http://www.fao.org/icatalog/inter-e.htm .
Animal Health Yearbook.
FAO Plant Protection Bulletin. Quarterly.
The State of Food and Agriculture. Annual.
Unasylva: An International Journal of Forestry and Forest Products. Quarterly.
World Agriculture: Towards 2010, An FAO Study. John Wiley & Sons, 2nd ed., 2001.
Yearbook of Fishery Statistics.
Yearbook of Forest Products.