Hunger, ranked as No. 1 on the list of the world’s Top 10 health risks, is also “the world’s greatest solvable problem,” according to the World Food Program (WFP). The World Health Organization said hunger has killed more people than AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined. 870 million people around the world suffer from hunger yet the world produces sufficient food for all, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Jose Graziano da Silva, FAO director-general, said during a recently concluded meeting of the UN body’s governing council, “We cannot accept anything less than the eradication of hunger, food security and malnutrition.” The WFP has listed ways to solve hunger: 1) food relief in emergencies, 2) nutrition for under-twos, 3) meals for kids in school, 4) support to small holder farmers, 5) food for training, and 6) food vouchers.