South Asia remains one of the largest areas in the world that suffers from hunger. It results not from a scarcity of food, but from the inability of buying power on part of the people there, indicating a very unequal distribution of resources, lack of meaningful employment and entrepreneurship. Lack of political will prevents improvement, while regional conflicts aggravate the problem.
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