World Health Organization (WHO)
Chairs: Devin Crowley & Sai Charmitha Yellampalli
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Topic: Nutritional Insecurity (Access to Nutrition)
Around the world, in both first and third world countries, food insecurity is plaguing a majority of impoverished citizens around the world. Food insecurity is defined as not having proper or consistent access to safe, sufficient food. This could be any person from those who don’t have any meal on the table to those who can only afford a meal from a fast food chain. This has been found to be caused by a number of factors, from fluctuation in monetary value to the insufficient products grown or manufactured in that country. In this committee, delegates will discuss the issues and find potential solutions to food insecurity while defending their country’s position on the subject, considering how the U.N. should be involved in the epidemic and how far recommendations should go.
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