Analysis Of The Zero Hunger Challenge

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Zero Hunger Challenge. Zero Hunger Challenge is an organization started in 2012 by the United Nation. It is the global political change to help the countries that are suffering from famine by cooperating with the government, the civil community also the private strip. This organization have started to save every woman, men and child life and right to have a clean and healthy food. In addition, the Zero Hunger Challenge have several elements that must be applied in the countries that need to be helped. Since the Challenge began they have a vision that by the year of 2030 that they will accomplish their mission that all countries will have zero hunger and all the countries will be able to provide their food for their people. Zero Hunger Challenge…show more content…
But, they found some common solutions to reduce this problem or avoid it in other countries. First of all, countries and organizations who are concerned with famine decided that the rich countries have to provide aid, food, beverages, and medicine to starving people around the world. Turner (1999, updated in 2012) explains that the whole world cannot end the problem of hungry people, but at least they can reduce the difficulty of this situation. Also, he argues that restaurants have a great role in solving the problem of famine by allocating extra meals through preserving, distributing, and delivering it to the needy with the help of succour committees. In addition, organizations can take advantage of large spaces of lands in farming basic foodstuffs to use it in increasing food resources that used in industrial food production and providing the basic needs for hungry people. Patterson (2013) sates that there is 33% of wasted food because of bad storage, and lack of nutrition education, that cause an inability to assess the nutritional problem in the future. In other words, spreading nutritional knowledge and informing people about the harmful effects of malnutrition leads to people’s awareness of the suffering of hungry people, and it is also considered a step forward in solving this global problem. A chapter from Turner’s book in 1999 (updated in 2012) was called "A…show more content…
From the time that the Centre of Excellence start they support the government to decrease hunger amongst schoolchildren for the feeding program (Balaban, n.d). The Centre has conventional 33 countries in study appointments, 18 of which are in different levels of rising homegrown school feeding initiatives (Balaban, n.d). Gambia as an example has improved and moved faster to eradicate hunger (Balaban, n.d). the government has supported the program by the school feeding program and improving food security throughout production intensification. In 2011, Mali has complied with a policy that supports providing nutrition for children in their schools. Mali is collaborating with Global nutrition programs to ensure integral healthy meals for school children which led to aid lives of thousands of hungry children and reduced the proportion of the famine from 72% to 45% (Loney, 2012). In addition, the Ministry of National Food Security in Pakistan began to study and discuss the “Zero Hunger Program” in 2013. This step is concentrating on planting products that covering individuals need for food and reducing the number of deaths of suffering children from nutritional deficiency disease from 67 to 32 children per

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