We take our food for granted. I don’t remember the last time when I wasn’t sure where my next food will come from.
But I want to take you away from the ideal and near-perfect world of ours, to some shocking realities.
- Women, men and children suffering without food and shelter in South Sudan – South Sudan: Humanitarian Aid Reaches Remote, Conflict-Torn Community
- Malnutrition among Sierra Leone’s children is among the highest in the world – In Sierra Leone, Food From WFP Vital To Fight Against Child Malnutrition
- More than 100,000 in Gaza without food – WFP Reaches Out To Conflict-Affected People In Gaza
- Catastrophe in Central African Republic – C.A.R. Crisis
If you browse across UNICEF, UN and WFP blogs – you are in for more such gruesome stories.
Can you do something?
Absolutely yes. For a start,
- Stop wasting food
- Donate (as minimum as possible)
- Spread the word
There are great people who are on the ground and doing a great job. But they need supporters like us! Please act.
Thanks for reading this far.