The WHO culpable for its inability to forecast and foretell the emerging trends. I is is also culpable in not having a sustainable strategy.It seems it is dictated by the rich nations funding it and the cronies employed to effect the rich nations desired plan of inactivity.
They haven’t got an estimate of what is the sustainable population in which the planet can produce food (with a buffer stock.for major catastrophe).
They let the market forces decide the events.
With inflation, the price of food is going up and that is no concern for them.
They haven’t got a plan for food security.
Above all they haven’t a slightest of idea of how the global warming would threaten food security.
Their performance is akin to UNO which is impotent in formulating any viable preposition to this planet except for dividing land, countries and nations to a level desirable for the rich nations to exploit economically.
Their pseudo-economic aid make these poor countries more vulnerable and this is happening in Asia and Africa.
They have no strategy to make Africa a food basket of the world.
Asia cannot sustain food security due to population explosion in India and China which are following a death trap of new open economy.
For the first time India was not able to produce onion which is not an essential commodity.
But what about the staple diet. It is no different. Up until now soya had been filling the gap. While supplementing the staple diet it was a buffer for the poor nations.
Now with bio-fuel taking precedence this commodity is becoming the rich nations darling exploits.
Wind up with water security.
It is common knowledge that this planet is abundant with water and even can submerge some low lying nations with glacial melting.
But we do not have ample drinking water.
The man continue to pollute the rivers and their origins and basins with industries that should be banned for the benefit of mankind.
China, India and Ceylon are good examples.
In Ceylon all our rivers are neglected and allowed to contaminate with dangerous agro-chemicals from up country to low country of the North and North East. The rain forest is gradually destroyed and and disappearing fast and some rivers are actually now drying up in dry season.
The government priority was the war and making the economy running somehow but not having a sustainable plan to protect the forest and the rivers that are the live wire of our wellbeing.
In fact we do not have water security.
That is a big lie!