Our World is Hungry


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our world is hun gry


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THE WORLD IS ON THE BRINK OF A massive food crisis


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IN ONLY 15 YEARS, WORLD POPULATION seven BILLION nine BILLION 11 IS EXPECTED TO INCREASE FROM TO


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THE WORLD BANK AND THE UNITED NATIONS PREDICT A WORLD WIDE FOOD SHORTAGE BY YEAR 2050


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REALLY? IT DOESN’T FEEL LIKE THERE’S A FOOD SHORTAGE…


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FOOD AND CLEAN WATER ARE SOMETHING WE expect


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BUT MILLIONS OF PEOPLE LACK THESE BASIC NECESSITIES


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795 MILLION PEOPLE THATTO EAT. IS DO NOT HAVE ENOUGH ONE IN NINE


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2 asia 3 LIVE IN pacific


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malnu 1 LACK OF FOOD LEADS TO trition


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MALNUTRITION WORSENS THE EFFECT OF EVERY disease


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CHILDREN ARE THE MOST VISIBLE victims OF MALNOURISHMENT


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EACH YEAR, MALNUTRITION CAUSES THE DEATH OF 3.1 million CHILDREN


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question DOES THE WORLD PRODUCE ENOUGH TO FOOD feed EVERYONE?


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YES, THE WORLD PRODUCES ENOUGH FOOD TO FEED EVERYONE.


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THEN WHY IS 1 ? food scarce so


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IT’S A multi layered PROBLEM WITH MANY FACTORS…


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here are three factors CONTRIBUTING TO THE FOOD SHORTAGE


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1 local farming problems


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local farmers FACE MANY DIFFICULTIES.


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75 PERCENT OF THE WORLD’S POOREST PEOPLE ARE FARMING FAMILIES DEPENDING ON AGRICULTURE FOR LIVELIHOOD.


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INCREASING CREATION OF INEDIBLE PRODUCTS


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AND food waste DUE TO POOR STORAGE FACILITIES AND PRACTICES.


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“ WE’VE SEEN A 50expansion percent IN RECENT YEARS IN USING CROPS LIKE SUGAR, CORN AND SOY TO CREATE FUELS FOR GAS TANKS, AND THAT’S TAKING AWAY FOOD CROPS FROM PEOPLE AND MAKING WHAT THERE IS MORE EXPENSIVE. -Kristin Sundell, director of policy and campaigns for ActionAid ”


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2 economic and social conflict


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poverty IS THE PRINCIPLE CAUSE OF HUNGER.


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RESOURCES AND INCOME BASED ON MILITARY, POLITICAL, AND ECONOMIC POWER LEADING TO VAST INEQUALITY


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14 billion people IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES LIVE ON LESS THAN $ 1 25 A DAY.


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violent conflict


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172 million REFUGEES WERE AFFECTED BY CONFLICT WORLDWIDE. -Center for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED) 2012


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food and agriculture policy SOMETIMES IS DETRIMENTAL TO POOR FARMERS.


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3 climate factors


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CLIMATE CHANGE REQUIRE A SHIFT IN CROPS AND FARMING PRACTICES.


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CAN DEVASTATE FARMERS AND THEIR FAMILIES, ruinING entire crops


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LET’S REVIEW THOSE THREE FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO FOOD SCARCITY: farming problems economic social conflict and climate changes


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FOOD SCARCITY ISN’T JUST A problem FOR THOSE LIVING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES…


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IT IS A global issue


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WE SHOULDN’T wait UNTIL IT STARTS AFFECTING US… * AMERICAN’S WASTE 33 MILLION TONS OF FOOD EACH YEAR.


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before we take action


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BECAUSE HAVING FOOD AND WATER SHOULD BE A basic human right


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THERE ARE MULTIPLE WAYS WE CAN BE PART OF THE SOLUTION


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educate yourself ABOUT THE ISSUE. LEARNING MORE ABOUT THE SITUATION WILL ALLOW YOU TO EFFECTIVELY HELP.


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stay INFORMED OF LEGISLATION THAT IS PASSED THAT WILL INFLUENCE THE FOOD AND TRADE LAWS AROUND THE WORLD.


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be AWARE OF HOW YOU ARE SPENDING YOUR MONEY.


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will you wait 15 more years ? to take action


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learn more ABOUT THE SITUATION: WORLDHUNGER.ORG WFP.ORG STOPHUNGERNOW.ORG THP.ORG


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