The Business of Hunger

Made in 1984, this film looks at the issues with world hunger, where poorer nations will often export their own resources for profit over providing those resources to their own people.

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Year Produced: 1984
Running time: 28 minutes
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One of the major causes of world hunger lies in the unequal distribution of the earth’s resources. Many people go hungry while their governments continue to export vital foodstuffs, such as soy beans and groundnuts to the industrialised countries. This film describes this reality in Asia, Africa and Latin and North America suggesting a more just distribution of agricultural resources.

The imagery and film quality may not be to modern standards but is useful for historical use.

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