Poverty and hunger will not end without better rainwater management

Reuters: The world will fail to meet international targets to eradicate poverty and hunger unless countries improve the way they use rainwater, which billions of people depend on to grow food, leading water experts said. More than two billion of the world's poorest people live in the driest "hot spots', including Africa's Sahel region, parts of India, northern China and parts of Brazil. These regions, which also have the world's highest population growth rates, depend on unpredictable rainfall. But these......

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