Well, yes, donors must spend an additional amount of money to fight against hunger and to prevent people from plunging deeper into it. According to a coalition of research groups, if donors double their investments and spend the money wisely, they could help end hunger by 2030.
An additional US$14 billion on average each year between now and 2030, roughly double what they currently spend on aid for food security and nutrition, is needed to end hunger by 2030.
Ceres2030 built a computable general equilibrium economic model to assess the best way to end hunger sustainably, in line with the second UN Sustainable Development Goal. But spending should focus on where the need is most significant – primarily sub-Saharan Africa, and also South Asia.