Last week I posted about The Trussell Trust, calling out their undeniably powerful efforts to feed those in the UK who are not so fortunate and it got me thinking about the nature of the charity. The Trussell Trust are a Christian charity but do not discriminate those of other religions. How inspiring it is … Continue reading Poverty doesn’t discriminate, nor does its fighters.
Who actually gets to be hangry? Being hangry is a fairly new phrase and quite aptly describes the feeling you get when you are both hungry and angry - hangry. If you do find yourself feeling hangry, you would typically tuck into a juicy burger, a spicy pizza or whatever tickles your fancy. This phrase, … Continue reading Are you feeling hangry?
https://youtu.be/jyLk0L94ctc Sanku Fortification - Introduction Malnutrition is yet another inconceivably big problem on our planet today, affecting over 2 billion people - that's over a quarter of the global population! In countries, like many African countries, where malnutrition is so widespread, governments have stepped in to address this issue with National Fortification Standards which, through … Continue reading Tackling African malnutrion with not just more food – but with better food.
Action Against Hunger is a 40 year old charity, spanning across 47 countries, focusing their efforts towards helping malnourished children. Their work falls under SDG 1, Zero Hunger, and it is inspiring that they have been working towards achieving thisgoal long before the actual SDG was defined!