From Huffington Post.
At a world hunger summit continuing this week in London, a nutrition pact was signed that will improve the lives of 500 million pregnant women and small children, according to a report in Huffington Post.
The British government issued a statement Saturday saying $4.1 billion had been secured from companies, foundations, governments, and charities towards ending hunger.
Commitments, like U.K. company Del Agua’s $670 million toward clean water in Rwanda, are intended to be spent over the next years and decades, the statement said.
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editorial in Tanzania’s Daily News Online.