Every child should know where their next meal will come from, but around the world millions of people go hungry each day and climate change is making it harder to get good food to all people.
Millions of small-scale farmers live in remote rural areas, relying on agriculture to feed their families and earn a living. These farmers stand on the front-lines of the fight to end hunger and are already feeling the terrible effects of the climate crisis.
45 million people face hunger as a result of drought, and alongside climate change unusual weather patterns have introduced swarms of locusts that can eat up to 423 million pounds of plants daily; enough crops to feed 2,500 people.
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