"Prepared by Ms. Hellen Grace Akwii Wangusa, The Anglican Observer at the United Nations [and] The Rev. Canon Jeff Golliher, Ph.d, Program Associate for the Environment and Sustainable Development." -- p. 5.
"For Advocacy and Education on Food and Agriculture". -- p. [i].
"In 2002, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimated that 815 million people were undernourished; with 61 percent living in Asia, 24 percent in Africa. At their most recent meeting, in 2008, the FAO predicted that 1 billion people will face 'dire food necessity' over the next decade. This is the case despite significant improvements in agriculture made in many regions of the world. In terms of sheer quantity, there's never been so much food; yet there's never been as many malnourished, hungry and starving people". -- p. 1.
Contents: [Introduction] -- The Global Food System and Hunger -- Food, Agriculture and the Millennium Development Goals -- Current Facts about the Crisis in Food and Agriculture -- What the Churches Can Do.
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OTCH Note. Date of publication supplied by Canon Jeff Golliher by email.
Anglican Observer at the United Nations. Fact sheet ; 
Papers read at Fredericton, June 10, 1895 [in Commemoration of] the fiftieth anniversary of the enthronement of the Right Reverend John Medley, first Bishop of Fredericton [and the] Diocese of Fredericton, 1845-1895, St. Barnabas Day, June 11, 1895.
The endowment of the See of Fredericton and some of the results by W.Q. Ketchum
Paper on the contributions to the funds of the Diocesan Church Society from 1845 to 1895, by H. Montgomery
Diocesan funds - their administration since the year 1837, by G.A. Schofield
Memorandum of funds and property held in connection with the Diocese of Fredricton, June, 1895, by W.M. Jarvis
The Cathedral, by F. Partridge.