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Listening Practice

Q1. How many people still go to bed hungry most nights at present?

  1. one in six

  2. one in seven

  3. one in eight

  4. one in nine


Q2. Which is NOT the symptom of malnourished children?

  1. They have no appetite for food 

  2. Their physical growth is stunted

  3. Their cognitive growth is stunted   

  4. They have difficulties in learning


Q3. Which of the following statement is NOT true?

  1. We have achieved the first goal thathalving the proportion of people suffering from hunger and facing extremepoverty.

  2. We will eradicate hunger and extremepoverty altogether by 2020.

  3. Almost 5 million children under theage of 5 die of malnutrition-related causes every year.

  4. The United States partners liftmillions of vulnerable people out of hunger and poverty with countrygovernments, non-governmental organizations, etc.

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World Food Day 2016


October16th is World Food Day, a day of action against hunger. The date commemoratesthe founding in 1945 of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization,or FAO. On this day, people around the world come together to declare theircommitment to eradicate hunger in our lifetime


 Overthe past decade or so, we have seen a great reduction of people living withhunger on a nearly daily basis. Back then, about one in six people went to bedhungry most nights. Now it's about one in every nine. Nonetheless,that still leaves some 795,000 thousand chronically hungry people around theworld.


Ofthese, 60 percent are women, and this despite the fact that most small farmersliving in the developing world are women. And when women go hungry, so, all toooften, do children. About 161 million kids under the age of five malnourished.This means that their brains won't develop normally,they may have difficulties learning, and their physical and cognitive growth isstunted. Lack of nutrition compromises not only their own success in thefuture, but also the development of the communities, economies and countries inwhich they live.


 Inaddition to those children who are chronically undernourished, almost5 million children under the age of 5 die of malnutrition-related causes everyyear.


 Theglobal community is working to eradicate hunger, because it is the right thingto do. The first of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals, called for halving the proportion of people suffering fromhunger and facing extreme poverty. We have achieved that goal. As we transitionto a sustainable development agenda for 2030, we have raised our ambitions andare striving to effectively end hunger and extremepoverty altogether.


 TheUnited States aids this effort through its innovative Feed the Futureinitiative. We partner with country governments, many universities,multilateral and non-governmental organizations, transnational organizationslike the UN, research communities and the private sector, to lift millions ofvulnerable people out of hunger and poverty.


 OnWorld Food Day, the United States reaffirms its commitment to the fight againstpoverty, hunger, and under-nutrition.


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1.D   2.A   3.B


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