MAY 28, 2019

 World Hunger Day




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Hunger: It's About Sustainability

THIS WORLD HUNGER DAY, WE HIGHLIGHT SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS TO HUNGER AND POVERTY.

World Hunger Day is an initiative by The Hunger Project. 

Hunger is not just about food. Hunger and poverty are inextricably linked to a nexus of issues including: decent work opportunities, health, education, social justice, the rights of women and girls, the environment and climate change. The Hunger Project uses an innovative, holistic approach that tackles all these issues, and empowers people living in hunger to become the agents of their own development and lift their communities above the poverty line for good – this is the sustainable end of poverty.

This years theme for World Hunger Day is Sustainability.

More than 821 million people in the world do not have enough food. 

Join us on World Hunger Day to make a difference in the poorest communities. 


THE FACTS

821 million

DO NOT HAVE ENOUGH TO EAT

60% 

OF THE WORLD'S HUNGRY ARE WOMEN


98%

OF THE WORLD'S UNDERNOURISHED LIVE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Hunger kills more than

AIDS, MALARIA, & TUBERCULOSIS COMBINED

WHAT YOU CAN DO

 Invest now in the sustainable end of hunger. 

Select your country above to invest in people around the world working to sustainably end hunger, poverty, and gender inequality. 


Join the Global Conversation

Tell you friends, family and colleagues about World Hunger Day. Download the Social Media Toolkit , use our new profile picture frames on Facebook and Twitter, and share our posts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with #WorldHungerDay.



Celebrate #Sustainability

Sustainability means different things to different communities. What does it mean to you? This World Hunger Day we encourage communities, individuals, organizations and businesses to use the hashtag #SustainabilityIs and tell the world what sustainability means to you. Write a post, share a photo, or a video!

SUSTAINABLY ENDING HUNGER

At The Hunger Project, we believe ending hunger is possible when we empower people to become agents of change, lifting themselves--and their communities-- out of hunger andpoverty for the long term. 

The solution to hunger is not about hand-outs and a top-down approach, but a bottom-up approach that starts with women, works with local government and mobilizes communities to take self-reliant actions. Learn more

MEET THE CHANGEMAKERS WHO ARE ENDING HUNGER

Elisabeth Obubuafo is a shining example of an empowered woman, running multiple businesses, sending her children to school and providing food for her community. It was not always this way. Read her story

Koushalya is an elected representative in her village, and has found a solution to ensure food security in her community. Read her story

Displaying leadership, Mercedes becomes president of her cooperative. Read her story. 

“Now I do not pass the night without food and my other family members can eat full meals at night…nights without food are gone from our lives, we are happy.” Read Rejey's story. 


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