At an international meeting in London with charities and companies, David Cameron has spoken about the need of beating hunger and malnutrition through business:
It has to be about doing things differently. Different in terms of business. Different in terms of science. Different in terms of government.
It’s all about helping those in developing countries take control of their own destiny.
For business it’s about harnessing the power of enterprise to educate people on the importance of nutrition in order to sell healthier food and make a commercial return while also transforming lives.
We will not tackle hunger and malnutrition without business.
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