Take action: Hungry for change
Emily Mbithuka stands by empty market stalls in Kitui, Kenya
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We produce enough food to feed the world – but one in eight people don’t have enough to eat.
The way that food is grown, sold and shared out is not working for the world’s poorest people. But we have the power to change this injustice and to tackle global hunger.
If you believe no one should go hungry, please join our campaign and take action.
Speak out with us to help poor families get enough to eat – today, tomorrow, and in the long term.
Are you hungry for change?
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