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Stop Hunger 2019: We Can Stop Hunger

Stop Hunger 2019: We Can Stop Hunger

  • International

A real challenge awaits us. The 2030 objective set by the UN to eliminate world hunger approaches. Are we willing to accept the unacceptable and consider the 821 million people who suffer from hunger as just another statistic? How can we respond to this emergency? In the field, of course, by mobilizing faster and going further!

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Horta na Laje, the Stop Hunger ‘Rooftop vegetable gardens’ program in São Paulo, won the Arborus’ GEEIS-SDG Award in New York; 1st certification on gender equality & inclusion recognized by the United Nations.

Horta na Laje, the Stop Hunger ‘Rooftop vegetable gardens’ program in São Paulo, won the Arborus’ GEEIS-SDG Award in New York; 1st certification on gender equality & inclusion recognized by the United Nations.

  • International

Already recognized by the Women Stop Hunger award in 2018, the rooftop vegetable garden program in São Paulo ‘Horta na Laje’ just received the Arborus GEEIS-SDG (Gender Equality European & International Standard) award in New York on September 16.

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US$ 350,000 to help thousands of people affected by conflict and hunger in Yemen, the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan.

US$ 350,000 to help thousands of people affected by conflict and hunger in Yemen, the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan.

  • International

Since February 2017, when South Sudan declared a state of famine, the United Nations has been working to mobilize the international community: "The world is facing the worst humanitarian crisis since the Second World War ... 34 million men, women and children are threatened by hunger and famine in these three countries.” Stop Hunger is working alongside the UN World Food Programme.

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Our 2018 Global Activity Report is just out!

Our 2018 Global Activity Report is just out!

  • International

More than an activity report, we pay homage to original, inspired and sustaining initiatives. Discover the stories of women and men, many volunteers, some beneficiaries, other partners, united in their conviction that hunger is not inevitable and we must never give up.

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