Most hungry people live in poor countries. The Pacific and Asia are home to the majority (520,000,000) of the world’s hungry. Most people live in Indonesia and the Philippines. A projected 243 starving people from Mali, Niger and Ethiopia are also expected to suffer. Millions of families in Latin America and the Caribbean are facing food insecurity (Colson 2014). The most affected countries in the Caribbean are Haiti and Guatemala. Rural areas are home to the majority of hunger victims, many of whom rely on agriculture as their source for income. Climate change and war are the main causes of hunger. Many reasons people experience hunger in war-torn countries are numerous. First, people are forced to leave their homes and property in war zones, which makes it harder for them to support their families. In other words, war or conflict can cause food production to stop or decrease (Otekunrin and al., 2019,). The climate change has also been mentioned as an explanation for famine. Global warming, in particular, has made drought worse in several parts of the world, particularly in Africa. Individuals have had to struggle to produce enough food for their families due to the persistent drought. Climate change and war are the major causes of death, hunger and famine. Biotechnology may have a significant role in helping underdeveloped farmers to grow more land. Biotechnology can also lower the cost of non-renewable fertilizers and minerals (Lokko, et al. 2018, 2018). Biotechnologies applied in developing countries may have unfavorable effects such as increased environmental contamination and decreasing agrobiodiversity. According to a recent study, developing countries should use biotechnology to improve food production and to reduce hunger. This is because the vast majority of African countries don’t produce sufficient food to feed their people.