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Educational course on hunger 1. Children’s books tell stories of hunger - How to inspire the youngest readers. People always say that that the future lies in the hands of our children. And if hunger is eradicated by the turn of the century, it’s the children of today who will finish the job. Stories are fantastic ways to get the next generation thinking about the importance of food security. Consider reading some of these inspiring children’s books to the little ones in your life. […]


10 things you can do to end hunger - What can I personally do to make a difference? The EndingHunger movement is about creating strong public demand for an end to chronic hunger, once and for all. Sometimes we are contacted by supporters who want to know what exactly they can do. Our ACT section offers practical ideas, but here’s a quick recap in 10 steps. […]


Face of world hunger - Daily struggles of an African woman and child. Ever wondered what it’s like to live in chronic hunger? How hard it is to live below the poverty line? Watch this video filmed by our team and see how this African woman tries to feed her family with only four US dollars a month. […]


A life free from hunger - Save the Children Report reveals mother-and-child nutrition crisis. “One in four of the world’s children are stunted and 80 percent of them live in just 20 countries. Malnutrition is the reason for one-third of the global total deaths of children – taking the lives of 2.6 million a year,” says a new report released by Save the Children. […]

5. The right to food is a human right -Enabling people to feed themselves with dignity Did you know that every person has a right to food? This doesn’t mean we have a right to charity, but we do have the right to feed ourselves with dignity. It is a human right officially recognized by most countries. This means that governments are obliged to ensure that citizens have the means to buy food or the ability to produce it. If that isn’t happening, citizens can demand that their right to food be respected. […]

6. Honduran school garden feeds both bodies and minds - A photo gallery. A basic understanding of agriculture and a little cooking knowledge can go a long way when it comes to making sure people have enough good food to eat. An urban gardening project at the Cerro Grande School in Honduras, just outside the capital city of Tegucigalpa, is a perfect illustration. […]

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