But right now, millions of children around the world don’t have enough to eat – that’s another fact.
Behind those numbers are children’s real lives. A little girl in Somalia crying from hunger pains in the night. A toddler in Afghanistan too weak to stand. And here in the UK, children coming to school with empty lunchboxes.
Today’s global food crisis is the result of conflict like the war in Ukraine, skyrocketing food prices, Covid and the climate emergency.
We know it’s a complex global problem – and it needs both immediate and future-proof solutions. That’s why tackling hunger and child malnutrition is such a priority in 2023.
With our experience and their resilience, together we can help children fight for their childhoods and feed their futures.
With your support, we can make this the last children’s food crisis.