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This World Food Day, you can help end hunger

Help provide food to vulnerable children and families living in dangerous places

In 2021, food insecurity has left millions on the brink of starvation.

With the deadly mix of conflict, climate change, and the economic impacts of the pandemic, the hunger crisis or famine is only getting worse.

The crisis is currently largely invisible because worsening hunger is concentrated in some of the world’s hardest to reach, most dangerous places. We believe everyone deserves access to nutritious food no matter where you’re born. Unfortunately, that is often not possible for millions of vulnerable children living in the dangerous places.

Would you do your bit to help feed hungry children and families? 

Let us take-over your phone for 1 minute and put yourself in someone else shoes.

More Than A Meal

What does that mean?

You can’t ignore hunger!

Every contribution matters when we’re trying to make a difference — no matter how big or small — to those who need it most. 


Here are 5 ways we are empowering families, improving food security and fighting hunger

Acute hunger is a humanitarian crisis. With nearly 3.1 million children under five dying from malnutrition each year, your support can help provide food aid and emergency supplies and education to children at risk of starvation, conflict, natural disasters and the devastation of COVID-19. 


Together we’ve impacted the lives of over 200 million vulnerable children by tackling the root causes of poverty.

World Vision is making a difference

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