About 805 million people around the world go to bed on an empty stomach – and 2 billion don’t know where their next meal will come from.  

  • Reducing food waste in the value chain could be worth $155-405 billion per year by 2030. 
  • Over 45 million children are affected by wasting, which is the most severe form of malnutrition. 
  • 17 million children per years are born undernourished due to pregnancy in undernourished mothers. 

The good news is our charity partners listed below are working to end hunger. Their programs include delivering emergency food supplies in times of crisis, treating the malnourished, training farmers with sustainable agriculture practices and more.  

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When a disaster strikes it has long-term effects on hunger, whether it destroys food production, creates barriers to food distribution or causes inflation.
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In an interview with Aron Flasher, he explains how Action Against Hunger’s team developed a new approach to address how climate change has impacted their mission to eliminate hunger and malnutrition.
There is no shortage of organizations dedicated to helping hungry children globally, so how do you determine which one to support? Each organization has unique qualities, and Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is no different. FMSC is a Christian nonprofit organization that provides meals developed by food science and nutrition professionals to supplement nutritional needs…
A man and woman walking their land and planting seeds.
Our relationship to food is of course more than just social – it is crucial to our survival.
Our oceans are in peril but if we have the power to create such negative outcomes, then we also have the power to effect positive change.
Five people testing seeds before distribution.
World hunger can be fought – and resolved – with your help.



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Success Stories

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Bogota, Colombia is a capital city filled with commerce and tourism. But, just outside the city center exists a noticeable contrast in housing and economic development where the poorest families reside. Many of the city’s poorest families live on the outskirts in the mountains, and they have very difficult commutes into the city center for…
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Ahmad, the nephew of one of our staff, is a 25 year-old living in the northern part of the Gaza Strip. Like other Palestine refugees, as a school-aged kid, he attended the local UNRWA school where he got a solid education. Ahmad gets up every day and tries to make ends meet for his family….
Michel became a mom in June 2021, when baby Nathan was born; she’s part of the Wayuu community. She lives with her dad, brother and another child that a friend asked her to care for two years ago. She’s a medical laboratory technician and holds a B.A. in Administration. Although she currently works as a…
A fight against the spread of hunger is underway across East Africa, where 32.9 million people are experiencing a complex hunger crisis driven by conflict, the economic impacts of the global pandemic, swarms of desert locusts, and extreme weather conditions. According to the United Nations, at least 5.3 million people in Ethiopia, South Sudan, and…
In 2021 as disruptions due to the pandemic continued to impact the people we serve, Rise Against Hunger implemented the 2021 COVID-19 Relief & Resilience Plan to bolster and sustain one of our key priorities–Nourishing Lives through Local Food Procurement. Funds for Local or regional procurement of food commodities were provided to our impact partners…
When the East African Youth Inclusion project formed the Zirobwe Kalagala hub in Uganda, Mpiima Mohamed joined of one of the hub’s beneficiary groups, Situka Youth Development. Before joining, Mohamed had dropped out of high school because his parents couldn’t afford his education. He began engaging in small-scale tomato farming on his family’s land. While…