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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Hunger across the Globe Hunger is defined as a feeling of discomfort or weakness caused by lack of food, coupledwith the desire to eat North America India An estimated 32.7% of the Indian populationlives on less than the U.S.$1.25 per day. ("World Food Programme") India accounts for 54%of all under nutrition-related child deaths worldwide alone "India occupies a rarefied place when it comes to assembling global hunger, with its sky-high rates of deadly malnutrition and its staggering numbers of undernourished children." ("Action Against Hunger") High levels of poverty is the main cause of hunger. "Hunger prevents children from achieving their dreams and full potential. Hunger is threatening America's future."(No Kid Hungry") "Food insecurity refers to USDA's measure of lack of access, at times, to enough food for an active, healthy life for all household members and limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate foods." ("Hunger in America") 16 countries in the U.S. have 100,000 + food insecure children. ("Hunger in America") There are 848,590 food insecure people in South Carolina. ("Hunger in America") Food is wasted. Instead of being consumed, it is thrown away. This is a huge cause of poverty. Have a specific family in your community that you donate groceries to once or twice a month. Help them to get on their feet and teach them how to shop smartly. People from other countries could send cannedfoods to starving people in India once a month, that way the food does not spoil on the trip. Create a soup kitchen, where hungry people have the opportunity to get a warm meal and not have to worry about getting food that day. People from wealthier countries could possiblytravel to India to make greenhouse so thatthe starving people from India could cultivate and grow their own food. "Poor sanitation and a growing tide of drug-resistant infections also effect nutrition."("Hunger Notes") What is Hunger? How do we stop it??
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