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What does equality mean for you?

For us, at World Food Relief, we aim to feed the most deprived communities around the world.

Feeding those in need of food and water, whether there has been a crisis in their country, or a deficiency of basic foods. We don’t just believe it; we stand by it. Our statement is simple; everyone has a right to food and water.

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You can Make a Difference

Today, 805 Million People Are Suffering From Hunger.
With Your Help, We Can Provide Food Parcels To Save Lives.

WHAT WE DO

Our Mission

We provide emergency assistance to children and families who are affected by disasters and conflict. With food being the priority, the food packs we provide are transported by us to wherever they are required. Our help doesn’t end here, we also partner with communities for long-term solutions to alleviate poverty.

17 Million Children Born Underweight and 146 Million Children Are Malnourished

The hard-hitting facts reveal that every year 17 million children in developing countries are born underweight. This is the result of poor nutrition both before and during pregnancy. Because of this, there are around 146 million children in developing countries that are malnourished and suffering. Acute and chronic hunger is a widespread issue.

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The Benefits of Trees In The Developing World

The Benefits of Trees In The Developing World

The benefits of trees in our world are extensive, and in the developing world, planting, growing and protecting trees can improve the life of a person, a family or an entire community for future generations. Trees can improve soil, provide nutrition, generate income and help to create a healthy environment.

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How Empowering Women Farmers Will Help To End Hunger

How Empowering Women Farmers Will Help To End Hunger

With the world’s population projected to hit almost 9 billion by 2050 and food demand to rise by 60%, there is an urgent need to increase food production. We currently look to sustainable agricultural methods to increase food supply and reduce undernourishment and hunger felt by the world’s poor. However, studies have shown that If we’re going to end hunger in developing countries, we need to empower their women.

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Myanmar Crisis

Myanmar Crisis

Violence in Myanmar's Rakhine State has driven more than 600,000 people (most of whom identify as Rohingya) across the border into Bangladesh, where they have joined more than 300,000 who fled in earlier waves of ethnic violence over the past three decades.

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The Syrian Crisis

The Syrian Crisis

The recent war in Syria has managed to dismantle the country in ways no one would ever imagine. The fact that the country’s agricultural infrastructure is ruined due to this war is only a part of a problem, the war has also fractured the entire state system too.

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Famine in Nigeria

Famine in Nigeria

Nigeria is having to deal with a major famine. There are some regions where you can still find some food, but many locations just don’t have enough potable water. As a result, it’s extremely hard for people to survive under these harsh conditions.

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Famine in Yemen

Famine in Yemen

Before the current famine crisis, the lack of a reliable food and water distribution meant that there were already extreme food shortages, and because of this malnutrition amongst the population. Now, with the famine contributing to the food crisis, around 25 million people are threatened with starvation.

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East African Crisis

East African Crisis

East Africa is dealing with a major famine situation that can only get worse as time passes. At this particular time, countries like Somalia and Sudan are dealing with a massive famine. In fact, a drought left around 3 million people food deprived in Somalia alone. According to the World Food Program, around 363000 children under the age of 5 are malnourished, and around 20% of them are risking diseases and death.

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What Is Hunger

What Is Hunger

Everyone knows the feeling of being hungry, however while most people in the developed world knows where their next meal is coming from, it’s very different if you’re one of the hundreds of millions who don’t get enough to eat every single day.

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