The 2013 UK budget, announced today by Chancellor George Osborne, marks a historic moment in the fight against hunger. 43 years ago UN members promised to commit 0.7% of their GDP to international aid. Today the UK has shown its commitment to the world’s poorest people by becoming the first G8 nation to make this promise a reality.
Imagine fleeing violence in your home city and settling in a camp for displaced citizens. If that fate isn’t difficult enough, imagine the area around the camp then being seized by members of a rebel group, forcing you back, homeless, to your city of origin where there is no power and virtually no access to water.
“When all this started last week, it was like any other day in the office. But when we heard that a Hamas leader was killed, I immediately knew that something bad was about to happen. I stayed at the office finishing up some work when my parents called, asking me to head home right away because they feared more strikes would occur over the next few hours.'
The renowned 1 Lombard Street played host to Action Against Hunger’s Fine Wine Auction on Saturday, which saw a room full of lucky diners raise over £400,000 to help fight child hunger around the world.
Cooking up a storm for the lucky guests was a top line up of world renowned chefs Claude Bosi (Hibiscus), Andrew Fairlie (Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles), Phil Howard (The Square) and Tom Kerridge (The Hand and Flowers). They worked alongside each other in the kitchen to prepare the feast,...
Welcome to Love Food Give Food – our campaign to get child hunger off the table. This autumn people across the nation are uniting to take action against hunger and we want you to join us!