The food is always wonderful and it engages all our senses. It also plays several roles in our lives, and it brings people together. It sustains us and comforts us, it is the center of several of our celebrations.
World Food Day, celebrated every year on October 16th by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). It was created in 1945 supporting an idea to eliminate poverty, hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition to secure our future. Unfortunately, 795 million people 1 out of every 9 people worldwide do not have enough to eat. Nearly 20 million children are severely malnourished.
We can change this problem with our simple efforts and creative ideas of using our existing resources. We believe a hunger-free world is possible, and a world where everyone has enough food for today and for tomorrow.
We believe a hunger-free world is possible where everyone has enough food for today and for tomorrow. World Vision’s Hunger-Free is a global movement that unites people from all over the World together. This movement ensures everyone has the nutritious food they need today and the skills and resources they need to make a hunger-free World in the future and for a lifetime.
We should need to realize that in our whole life we should share a meal with someone in our community. Then make that meal more meaningful by donating the cost or part of the cost of the meal to help create a hunger-free world with World Vision.
Pakistan’s Efforts to Eradicate Malnutrition
There are many people who work individually to eradicate hunger and malnutrition and secure food resources for future generations in different cities and areas of Pakistan. Plenty of national and international campaigns are working in Pakistan to reduce hunger in Pakistan and provide the humans a hunger-free world, where they have plenty of food items to feed themselves and their children. Nothing beats good food and good people and sharing a Meaningful Meal gives you the opportunity to do both.
Here we are going to share numbers of peoples who were helped and feed in 2018.
- 190,724 People Reached by Nutrition and Health Programs in 2018.
- 142,735 People Reached by Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Programs in 2018.
- 1,129 People Reached by Food Security and Livelihoods Programs in 2018.
The total number of people helped in 2018: 334,588.
As we all know that there’s currently enough food to feed everyone in the world, but it’s just not distributed fairly and efficiently because not every country is cooperating due to their internal differences.
Only a few of them had goals to end poverty, fight against inequality and tackle climate change. One of these countries has a firm and determined goals or aims to eradicate hunger and malnutrition in all forms by 2030.
Government Should Need to Step Forward
It’s time for governments to outline concrete plans to achieve zero hunger. This includes greater investment in agriculture and schemes that mitigate the effects of climate change for those who rely on farming for their livelihoods.
We have a critical opportunity to emphasize the importance of agriculture in finally ending hunger, and we know that these leaders will only act if we can show that the public supports this.
Make this month sweeter by following the #HungerFreeWorld campaign to support the world against malnutrition. Engage in different communities, and take steps towards creating a world that is hunger-free for life and secure our future generation!
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