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I am a missionary



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Promise of the Bible...



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ISON just behind the Sun... Photo with Lain and Rafal in Barcelona on November 28th, 2013.

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Les Miserables

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Man in the mirror...

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One love

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Heal the world...

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Day No. 21


Hunger

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I stand with Prof. Yunus

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Hunger is a pressing issue worldwide, affecting millions of people every day. According to the World Food Programme, approximately 690 million people suffer from chronic hunger, which means they do not have enough food to meet their basic nutritional needs. This is equivalent to nearly 9% of the global population.

 

The consequences of hunger are devastating. Malnutrition weakens the immune system, making individuals more susceptible to diseases. In fact, it is estimated that 45% of deaths in children under five are linked to undernutrition. Additionally, hunger hinders cognitive development, affecting children's ability to learn and thrive.

 

Addressing hunger requires collective action. Organizations like the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations work tirelessly to improve food security and promote sustainable agriculture. By providing access to nutritious food and empowering communities, we can alleviate the suffering caused by hunger.