THIS WORLD HUNGER DAY, WE LOOK AT THE RAPIDLY CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF GLOBAL 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: healthcare, decent work opportunities, 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 year, we’re using World Hunger Day to look at hunger as a whole.
Join us as we acknowledge and explore the increased risk of hunger and poverty in vulnerable communities – internationally and domestically – as, together, we confront the COVID-19 pandemic.
More than 820 million people in the world do not have enough food.
Join us on World Hunger Day to make a difference in the most vulnerable communities.
DO NOT HAVE ENOUGH TO EAT
OF THE WORLD'S HUNGRY ARE WOMEN
OF THE WORLD'S UNDERNOURISHED LIVE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Hunger kills more than
AIDS, MALARIA, & TUBERCULOSIS COMBINED
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