This paper is concerned with progress in the adoption and implementation of international policies to assist in the solution of the world food problem. The world food problem has many dimensions, most inter-related, and these were articulated clearly in the documentation prepared for and the debate at the World Food Conference held in November, 1974. The World Food Conference was called in response to the acute food crises which developed in 1972-73 due to the failure of grain crops in many countries and the progressive run-down during the sixties of world grain stocks and was, therefore, primarily a response to a crisis situation.


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