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Teachers against hunger

Nine Infographics That Will Help You Teach Hunger

Between the statistics and vocabulary often used to describe it, teachers know the scale of global hunger can be a challenge to help students understand. These nine “infographics”—visual aids explaining complicated topics--explain world hunger and WFP’s role in reaching the 805 million people impacted by it. Post date: 03/23/2015 - 19:27

Family Meals Around The World: Get Your Class Involved In The Photo Competition

What does the “family meal” mean to you? It is a question many of us have an answer to, including the students in your classroom. Get your class involved in a photo competition that asks this question and gives them a chance to win prizes and learn about hunger in the process. Post date: 12/19/2014 - 20:09

Mapping Hunger With Your Students

In a world of more than seven billion people, it can be difficult to put into perspective the 805 million people who do not get enough to eat for a healthy life. WFP’s 2014 Hunger Map shows where these hungry populations live and what countries are most impacted by undernourishment. Post date: 11/12/2014 - 22:30

Students against Hunger: the Blog

Celebrating A Decade Of Students Committed To A World With Zero Hunger

The Universities Fighting World Hunger Summit convened February 20-22 at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, bringing together hundreds of students committed to ending hunger. For the students and anti-hunger activists looking to learn more about world hunger and how they can help fight it, it did not disappoint. Post date: 02/25/2015 - 23:30

Hope For Zero Hunger: Perspectives From Students In Bangkok

As a student, you can play a critical role in fighting world hunger, and you can empower others to join in tackling this critical issue. Students at Bangkok Patana School in Bangkok, Thailand, are a perfect example of what a bit of enthusiasm can do for the anti-hunger movement. The group, called the World Food Project, recently raised US$980 for WFP and wrote this blog on their efforts. Post date: 01/29/2015 - 21:24

Inspired At The Universities Fighting World Hunger Summit, A US School Expands Its Impact In The Fight Against Hunger

Ten years ago, a movement to connect students, educators and schools in fighting hunger began at Auburn University in partnership with the World Food Programme. The movement continues today. From 20 to 22 February, passionate students and university leaders will join together at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, for the tenth annual Universities Fighting World Hunger Summit to celebrate a decade of uniting students in the anti-hunger movement and look to where that movement grows next. Post date: 01/20/2015 - 22:58