World Food Day

There’s some good news to report this year for World Food Day. The vast majority of developing countries have reduced child hunger rates since 1990. And with five years to go, 62 of 118 countries are on track to meet the U.N. Millennium Development Goal of cutting child hunger rates in half. But progress still isn’t reaching many who need it most, and in some places, things are getting worse. In recent years the economic downturn, volatile food prices, and extreme weather have also contributed to growth in the absolute numbers of hungry and malnourished children.

Ways You can Help

There is no silver bullet against child hunger and malnutrition. But comprehensive strategies that address the complex nature of the problem do work. Save the Children fights child hunger around the world - along with striving to help children over come despair, violence and illness. With your generous gift to the Global Action Fund, you help us carry out our worldwide mission to create lasting change in the lives of children in need. Some need food, medicine or books - other in need of hope for a brighter tomorrow.

Charitable contributions from people like you make it possible for us to support child hunger programs, and so much more. Please support our mission and work around the world with a gift to our Global Action Fund. You can count on us to be good stewards of your generous donation, helping vulnerable children where the need is greatest with whatever they need the most.

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Last Updated October 2011

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