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United Nations Oct 16
The journey of food too often ends in the garbage bin. πŸ—‘οΈ Worldwide, 1/3 of food produced is wasted. On Friday's , has ideas about how you can help :
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The Nobel Prize Oct 16
"The father of the Green Revolution": Norman Borlaug is credited with saving millions from mass starvation.
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World Food Programme Oct 16
Food is hopeπŸ•ŠοΈ, healthβš•οΈ, home🏑 and so much more. For the millions of people we reach every year, it's the foundation for a full and dignified life. What does food mean to you? πŸ’­πŸ‘‡
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EveryFarmer Oct 16
No one, No Where at No Time Should Go Hungry
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World Health Organization (WHO) Oct 16
It's ! 🍎πŸ₯¬πŸ₯• With tens of millions of people at risk of falling into extreme poverty & malnutrition because of pandemic, global solidarity & support are needed more to than ever to help those in need. πŸ‘‰
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NASA Earth Oct 16
On , enjoy the diversity and beauty of food and farming as seen from space. πŸ›°οΈ
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Akinwumi A. Adesina Oct 16
My World FoodDay Message 1.
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Nature Oct 16
Editorial: Rural poverty and food insecurity go hand in hand, and yet Ceres2030 researchers found that the overwhelming majority of studies they assessed β€” more than 95% β€” were not relevant to the needs of smallholders and their families.
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Feeding America Oct 16
It's ! Today we celebrate the food banks across the country who share the gift of food with our neighbors every day.
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EU Climate Action Oct 16
DYK 1/3 of all food produced is lost, wasted or spoiled? πŸŒΆοΈπŸ‹πŸ₯” This amounts to big waste of resources like land, water, energy, & unnecessary greenhouse gas emissions. By reducing , we can save money, cut emissions & protect our 🌍
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Texas A&M University Oct 16
Today on , we remember and celebrate Norman Borlaug, Distinguished Professor & Nobel Peace Prize recipient, for dedicating his life to feeding the world. It's estimated that his work in agronomy saved more than a billion lives! 🌾
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Achyuta Samanta Oct 16
United against Hunger - Efforts by Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences - through Quality Education!
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Harry Potter Universe Oct 16
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Rep. Barbara Lee Oct 16
Hunger is personal for me. As a single mother raising two kids, I used SNAP to feed my family -- a lifeline for many, especially during this pandemic. On , let’s remember that we have all the tools to end hunger globally. We just need action & commitment.
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Raymond Voetsek πŸ‡ΏπŸ‡¦ Oct 16
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KISS - Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences Oct 16
Today, on , let's recognize that sustainable agricultural practices, can enhance soil quality, improving productivity & ecosystem functions such as carbon sequestration & water quality regulation.
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Lake B2B Oct 16
Serving is a duty if you are served with ample food. Donate food always. .
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Isha Europe Oct 16
Today on , let's take a look at what we eat and how we eat. Click below to read what Sadhguru says about health, vitality, and eating sensibly!
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PETA India Oct 16
Countless animals on the street often die due to starvation. This feed community animals.
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World Food Programme Oct 16
Hunger is one of our most solvable challenges, and the world produces more than enough food to feed everyone. But in parts of the world, up to 40% of food produced is lost before it even leaves the farm. This , join our plea to β›”πŸ—‘οΈ
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