WHY IS THERE HUNGER HTTPS://WWW.WFP.ORG/HUNGER WHO ARE THE HUNGRY Most of the hungry people come from developing countries There are 795 million hungry people in the world and 98 percent of them are from developing countries
17 million children are born underweight WHAT IS HUNGER For weeks even months hunger victims must live on significantly less than the recommended 2100 KC, thats the average a person needs to lead a healthy life
WHAT CAUSES HUNGER The world produces enough food for 7 billion people but some people go to sleep hungry People living in poverty can not afford nutritious food for them and there families WHAT IS MALNUTRITION
When a person is not getting enough food or not getting the right sort of food, malnutrition is just around the corner. Even if people get enough to eat, they will become malnourished if the food they eat does not provide the right vitamins or minerals HUNGER STATISTICS
66 million primary school-age children attend school hungry across the developing world, with 23 million in Africa alone. If women farmers had the same access to resources as men, the number of hungry in the world could be reduced by up to 150 million
COUNTRIES Cameroon Cambodia Jordan Kenya Ukraine Ecuador Rwanda
Indonesia HUNGER HUNGERFACTS FACTS While levels of "extreme" poverty are decreasing , 41 percent of rural households still cannot afford a minimum food basket.
More than 1.5 million people in Afghanistan are severely food insecure In Nepal, approximately 5 million people are undernourished. Forty-one percent of children under five are stunted
HUNGER IN UKRAINE Food prices are increasing so homeless cannot afford food For July WFP ( Donation website) are aiming to give Ukraine 387,000 food supplies Now they are suppliing 190,000 food assistance to the Ukraine
HUNGER EFFECTS This year, nearly 9 million children younger than five years old have died because of hunger In the developing world, more than 1.4 billion people currently live below the international poverty line, earning less than $1.25 per day
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Is there enough food for every one in the world yes there is enough food for every in the world Are the numbers going down from 1995 2006 the numbers have in all regions accept in Latin America and the Caribbean
FOOD PRICES One of the most common reasons people are hungry is food prices Food prices have raised so people cannot afford food so they are left hungry
CATHOLIC CHURCH CANADAS PERSPECTIVE ON WORLD HUNGER Canada is operating in about 550 food banks across Canada Every year about 3 million Canadians require food banks or any kind of food
MY THOUGHTS ON WORLD HUNGER I think that world hunger can be prevented very easily We can prevent world hunger by lowering prices for food
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