Well, it looks like we don't have enough food for dinner again.
But I am starving!
Hunger has always been an issue for the people of Sub-Saharan Africa.
Of course nothing. There is never any food!
Im sorry. Ever since I got laid of from work money has been tight. Tomorrow I will go out and find another job.
Im home! Whats for dinner?
The next day...
Guess what? I found a job down at the store! It doesn't pay much but every little bit will help. Especially with the baby on the way. The first days of a babies life is crucial and proper nutrition is needed to maintain a healthy life.
Increased prices on food makes it hard for people with little pay to receive the correct neutron that they need.
With the little money I earned today at work, the only thing we can afford to buy is fast food. I wish healthier options were available but this is our only option.
In Sub-Saharan Africa, 1 in every 4 people will die from starvation.
Dad, why are so many of my friends and family dead?
Hunger is a leading killer in our country. It kills more people that AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis combined.
Meanwhile in the United Nations headquarters...
Today, the fight to end hunger is ongoing. While situations are improving, we are not done. In December alone, One million where provide proper food that they need to survive. Efforts like these can help to end hunger in every country.
Lets go over some of the key issues we are dealing with. First one, hunger.
Well it looks like we are making some progress. With the world food program founded, we are helping many countries fight starvation.