Food & Hunger
Every child should know where their next meal will come from, but climate change threatens the fight to end hunger.
Did you know?
- Tonight, more than 820 million people will go to bed hungry, lacking regular access to safe, nutritious, and sufficient food.
- Climate change and conflict are making it harder to get good food to all people. In 2018, conflict and insecurity were major drivers of food crises in 21 countries.
- To reduce the number of hungry people in the world, we need more than $10 billion in new commitments from governments that will ensure good, nutritious food for children in the poorest countries.
Here's we can do
- Tell the world's wealthiest countries: Every child should know where their next meal will come from!
- Call on world leaders to invest more in agriculture so farmers can grow more food, weather any storm, and end hunger in their communities.
- Ask government leaders in Africa to step up their budgets to support farmers and ensure every child has the food they need to survive and thrive.