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by Josué de Castro

Josué de Castro was a Brazilian geographer, physician, writer and activist against world hunger.
Josué Apolonio de Castro was the author of many books, including detailed surveys about the phenomena of hunger in Brazil and 1951 Geopolítica da Fome "Geopolitics of Hunger ", which has been translated from Portuguese into many other languages. He always denounced hunger as a man-made thing. He worked for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in different positions. In 1954, Josué de Castro received the International Peace Prize. The Josuè de Castro Foundacion is a Recife, Pernambuco/ Brazilian. Geographer , friend for Bertrand, write: “It was neither at Sorbonne, nor at any other else wise university that I was introduced to the hunger phenomenon. The hunger revealed itself spontaneously to my eyes in the mangroves of Capibaribe, in the miserable neighborhoods of Recife - Afogados, Pina, Santo Amaro, Ilha do Leite. That was my Sorbonne".

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