After more than 20 years of consecutive decline, hunger has been rising for the past three years, due mainly to a severe famine in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen. "Climate change is already affecting agriculture and food security," but "the most acute food crisis right now is in Yemen, a country at war," where 35% of the population is undernourished. This is why we cannot give up!
Meet our volunteer experts and missions conducted in Africa and Asia with the World Food Program and GoodPlanet for one and a half year.
We support the WIA Global Initiative because we share the same vision and desire to support the empowerment of African women and the development of their businesses.
Empowering women is a Stop Hunger priority because providing women with resources is the most direct way to end hunger.
Because a hunger-free world is possible, today let's acting together differently and going beyond food aid to bring sustainable solutions!
Stop Hunger supports the associations choosen by its volunteers, rewarding them for their good stories! Here are the 6 winners from the last contest.
In the presence of 600 people, Stop Hunger recognized five women during the presentation of the "Women's Awards," with contributions to finance and boost their associations and their actions. A close-up on these exemplary initiatives led by exemplary women.
And if the future were achieved through women? Empowering women empowers humanity : economic equality for women is progress for all. Stop Hunger makes women's empowerment a priority because empowering them is the most direct way to end hunger.
From 8th to 13th of January 2018, donate during #StopHungerWeek for a hunger-free world!
Today, more than 1 in 9 people still suffer from hunger. What if women were the key to a hunger-free world? Empowering women is our priority! Let’s act together faster and further for a better tomorrow!