The Asia and the Pacific region has achieved the largest reduction in the number of undernourished people in the world, according to research released by the Food and Agriculture Organization, FAO.
The UN agency estimates that in the past 25 years, people in most of the countries that it monitored get enough to eat.
The positive news for the region comes in the “State of Food Insecurity in the World” published by FAO.
Hiroyuki Konuma, is the Regional Representative for the FAO in Bangkok, Thailand.
Sandra Ferrari asked him for some background about the progress made since 1990.