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This year's World Food Day is special as the pandemic has exposed the fragility of the agri-food systems, threatening to push millions into hunger.
Indonesian zoos no longer receive revenues following the closure of the sites, as an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19 pandemic.
Indonesia and FAO worked together towards an integrated approach to agriculture and food security statistics in order to end hunger.
The latest research by the Asian Development Bank or ADB revealed that 22 million Indonesians still suffered from chronic hunger in 2016-2018.