Stemming from extreme poverty – an offshoot of economic mismanagement and poor governance – hunger may generally be considered a political problem. This does not negate the unacceptability of alarming statistics of starving and malnourished children in contemporary times, especially in Africa.
If you want to eliminate
hunger, everybody has to
If you can’t feed a hundred
people, then feed just one.
– Mother Teresa
Anglican Bishop and Social Activist
If we can conquer space, we
can conquer childhood hunger.
- Buzz Aldrin
…the good news to a hungry
person is bread.
Bishop Desmond Tutu
Working to eliminate
childhood hunger in Africa
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