Zero Hunger Reaches 6.5 Million in Brazil

More than 6 million families have received the benefits of the Brazilian government’s social program denominated Family Grant, according to Rosane Cunha of the Ministry of Social Development and Hunger Alleviation.

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    nutrition?
    doesn’t nasa
    have a nutrition
    program to monitor
    daily journals for
    participants in
    order to achieve
    higher living standards?

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