G20: Stop 41 Million People from Going Hungry

Right now 41 million people are sitting on the precipice of starvation. The World Food Program says it could be a famine.

What to know:

  • Right now 41 million people are sitting on the precipice of starvation. The World Food Program says it could be a famine.
  • Affluent G20 countries can save millions of lives if they just contribute a small portion of their wealth.
  • Let’s send a tidal wave of emails to the chair of the G20 urging member countries to act — together we can help millions!

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The G20 is made up of ultra-wealthy countries. For a miniscule fraction of their GDPs, they could pledge enough money to fund meals that save 41 million people from impending starvation. Experts say $6 billion could be the difference.

Right now conflict, climate change, economic shocks and a global pandemic mean millions of people are uncertain of where their next meal will come from, and famine threatens the poorest families across the globe. 

That’s why we’re urging the ultra wealthy G20 countries to send reinforcements in the fight to feed the world. Let’s send a tidal wave of emails to key G20 decision makers asking them to help fight an impending famine.