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GARI AND ELUBO PLUG 🔌 May 27
If you can feed someone in your own little way please do.
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Sidhaarthi (Inactive) May 27
Stop wasting food.. it might be someones meal
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Anakbayan Retiro Oct 16
Empathy: Not Enough. One man may starve & no hands will reach out to feed him. When you & I scroll through our feed, do we care for him? Together, we clamor for the state to ensure food security and push for a genuine agrarian reform.
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Magic Breakfast May 28
Today is Food insecurity is an escalating problem. We are during Covid-19 to help children living with hunger.
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Judy Cohen May 28
OLIVER TWIST – David Lean, 1948 : Charles Dickens,1837 As the gluttonous workhouse staff feast, the hungry children look on...
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Aduragbemi Fasakin May 28
Replying to @ModelAdura
This is a collaborative effort of Community Chest of Westercape, A leading donor organization in South Africa and the Southern Africa Food Lab to commemorate today. Here is the link to my article and other co-authored publications.
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Michelle Calvo-Lorenzo May 28
Ahead of , I spoke with Dr. Adegbola Adesogan of about the impact of on global food security, along with and @EuroFoodBank who shared about challenges in their local communities:
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Food For Thought May 27
🌏 is tomorrow. With the support of the & Ullrich's, we're delivering free meals in Ottawa to low income people and people who are unable to cook for themselves and their family for various reasons on World Hunger Day. 🇪🇺 🇨🇦
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Live Below Line THP May 26
The Live Below the Line food challenge is back! Launching on May 28th, choose any 5 days until end June and support those living below the poverty line during this crisis, rise ABOVE IT.
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National Library of Ireland May 28
Today is . It has been estimated that almost 800 million people in the world don’t have enough food to eat. Ireland’s own experience of hunger during the in the 1840s still resonates today. ["Destitution in Ireland" illustration from 1846]
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SDGs Secretariat May 28
The crisis could put nearly 265 million people at risk of acute hunger by the end of 2020. On , let’s pledge to consume food resources wisely, generate alternate food resources & help those in need to achieve zero hunger.
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Women In the Food Industry May 28
It's Did you know that women make up 43% of farmers in developing countries? If we closed the agricultural by providing women farmers more resources, we could reduce the number of hungry people by 100-150 million.
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Muslim Association of South Africa May 28
Over the past eight weeks we have strived to do all we can as a community and organisation to reach the most vulnerable people of the greater community. We have been alive to hunger, poverty and the painful struggle of our nation. Today we observe
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Webbox Pet Food May 28
It's So we are giving away a food bundle to one animal charity/rescue of your choice. Nominate your selected charity or rescue in the comments below. Selection will take place on 29/05/2020, so look out in the comments!
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Kinara Capital May 28
On , let's give a big shout out to for feeding labourers during . Last month, made a combined donation of CSR funds and Personal Employee Contributions to provide 30,000 meals. You can also help at
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Tug-ani Oct 15
NOW: Progressives troop in front of Department of Agriculture Region VII to demand government subsidy for poor families this World “Food-less” Day.
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David Beckmann Oct 16
Pope Francis has stressed the possibility of ending hunger in the world since the first months of his papacy.
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ICLEI Africa May 28
On , we acknowledge the burdens of hunger & malnutrition faced by many Africans. We wish to celebrate those who work continuously to improve access to nourishing food in the face of global change & COVID-19. See & 's message:
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Mustard Tree May 28
Never has felt more prevalent. Everything we do at Mustard Tree revolves around food. Whether it’s providing employment training in our kitchen, or through our Food Clubs, where people can select ten items from a range of fresh and ambient food for just £2.50
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FareShare South West May 28
This we're shining the light on the issue of food poverty among the elderly. A group often vulnerable to this plight, the pandemic has only worsened this - with many unable to go out & get food for themselves. 1/3
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