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No Hunger 2030!

By: Mackenzie Patel

The UN have a Sustainable Development Goal of Zero Hunger by 2030, which is getting harder at harder to reach. An estimated 820 million people did not have enough to eat in 2018, up from 811 million in the previous year, which is the third year of increase in a row. These statistics are challenging, but another challenge is the overweight and obesity that is rapidly growing.

The largest number of undernourished people (more than 500 million) live in Asia, mostly in southern Asian countries. Together, Africa and Asia have the most forms of malnutrition, accounting for more than nine out of ten of all starving children and over nine out of ten of all the unnoticed children worldwide. In southern Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, one child out of three are malnourished.

Every year 5.6 million kids die because of hunger and how much food YOU waste. But they don’t have second go at life we all have one and we took that away from these people. You took that away from them. What makes me sick to my stomache is that over 11 children have died in the last minute. We need to urgently help these children with, no shelter, love, protection, Food or clean water.

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