Hunger cannot be separated from the standard of social welfare. The high rates of hunger in certain parts of the world reflect real economic inequality. The unequal access of some groups of people to nutritious food supplies has made the problem of hunger difficult to solve. Moreover, hunger greatly affects the quality of a country’s human resources, thereby adding to the urgency of targeted solutions. By making hunger a common problem, it is hoped that a feeling of solidarity will emerge from countries around the world to help each other in coming up with concrete solutions. Commitment to eradicating hunger will encourage each country to be ambitious in tackling hunger.