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A new report by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) predicts that the world will have almost 2.4 billion people by the time the world’s population reaches 6 billion in 2020, and the planet will have over 3 billion by 2050.

The report, which also predicts that by 2050, the world could have over 10 billion people, also predicts a further doubling of the global food supply in the next 10 years.

The authors say the food crisis will only get worse over the next few decades.

“There is a lot of uncertainty about how long the food supply will last, and a lot more uncertainty about what kind of climate change will be going on,” says Dr Sarah Rainsford, director of WFP’s food security programme.

“In the short term, we’re already seeing the effects of climate disruption and hunger.

In the long term, it’s going to be really hard to feed everybody in the world.”

But there are other measures in place to help the world cope.

Dr Rainsfield says that by the year 2020, many countries will be able to feed more people.

“We are already seeing that food aid is increasing, so we have a good case to believe that there is going to have been a large amount of increased food aid going on around the world,” she says.

The WFP report also predicts the world population will reach 9.8 billion by 2040.

But in order to achieve this goal, the organisation says it needs to invest in technologies that will allow people to move to urban areas and create new jobs.

“It’s not just about getting people to live more, it is about providing better quality, healthier and more sustainable food for them,” Dr Ragesford says.

“This is the challenge for policymakers and all the governments and all of the people around the globe.”

The report also recommends governments set targets for how much they can feed their populations, and make sure that their food production is sustainable.

But while the WFP says that it will provide more than $1 trillion in aid to countries affected by the food insecurity crisis, it says that only a portion of this will be spent on food security.

The bulk of the money is going towards infrastructure projects that could provide new, improved housing, health care, sanitation and other amenities.

Dr Jens Meyer, director general of the World Bank, says that the financial crisis has given rise to a growing sense of urgency.

“As people look to take advantage of the current opportunities in the global economy, it has also provided them with a sense of anxiety about the long-term prospects for their livelihoods and their families,” he says.

For some countries, the financial collapse has also led to the re-emergence of long-standing food security problems.

In Ethiopia, a country that has been in economic crisis for years, food insecurity is still a problem.

“The country is experiencing food insecurity because of the lack of infrastructure, the lack and the lack in the distribution of food, so people have to go hungry,” says Wafak Ahmed, an Ethiopian food worker.

“Even if the food is provided, people still need to have enough to eat and to live on.

And there’s not enough food for everybody.”

In Indonesia, food security is one of the key issues the World Food Plan is trying to tackle.

According to the World Hunger Group, around 25 per cent of the population lives on less than $3 a day.

“Food insecurity has become a big issue because of climate, but also because of political instability and a lack of stability in government,” says Jeroen Oosting, the World Health Organisation’s director general for health, nutrition and sustainable development.

“What we have seen in Indonesia is that we’ve seen a significant increase in the amount of food insecurity, a rise in the number of people living on less food, a fall in the per capita consumption of staple foods.”

He says that in Indonesia, the WFT report makes the case for a $100 per head poverty reduction target for Indonesia, which could be achieved by raising the minimum wage to $9 per day.

But the government is not willing to increase the wage as part of the plan.

“Indonesia has the highest per capita income in the region, but this would only lead to an increase in poverty if the minimum salary was increased,” says Oostening.

He says the government has to address the problem of food security by improving the livelihoods of farmers and building more houses for them.

The World Food Organisation says that a key priority for its programmes is ensuring access to quality, affordable food and healthy food security for all, including children.

For the first time, it also recommends that governments invest in clean energy and transport.

“Governments need to start investing in this and in this area it is also a very important priority for our countries,” says Rainsfld.