Providing children with the nutrition they need means they can fulfil their potential and look forward to a brighter future.
Hunger affects everyone differently. But around the world, women and girls are most at risk of becoming malnourished.
Rising temperatures and extreme weather are having a huge impact on communities already struggling to get the food they need.
Most people facing hunger and malnutrition in the world today can be found in countries affected by conflict.
Interactive 360° experienceThe global fight against hunger
Ever wondered what it's like to wander around a community in Madagascar? Or a remote village in Peru? Here's the chance to learn more about our programmes and walk alongside the communities we work with. Step inside the lives of families affected by hunger around the world by immersing yourself in our new interactive 360° experience.
- 46 countries
We fight hunger and malnutrition in 46 countries across Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.
Our life-saving programmes reached 25 million people around the world in 2020.
Out of every £1 raised, 96p goes directly towards our charitable activities.
Together, Ukraine and Russia produce a third of the world’s wheat and barley. With the current blockage of Ukraine’s main ports, the country is unable to export its food – leading to rising food prices and increasing hunger levels in East Africa and elsewhere.
More than 15 million people across Somalia, Ethiopia, and Kenya are facing life-threatening hunger. Yet, world leaders have been slow to respond. Famine is preventable with fast and effective action. Vicky Ford, Minister for Africa, must act now to save lives.