Highlighting the severity and widespread nature of global hunger, affecting millions of people around the world.
According to FAO stats of 2021, there are 828 million hungry people in the world.
Annually, almost 9 million people die from hunger.
Globally, around 1 in 10 people don’t get enough food to eat.
More than 345 million people worldwide face high levels of food insecurity.
Of the 345 million people who face food insecurity, nearly 60% are females.
Almost 70% of the people suffering from hunger are living in war-affected areas.
Due to malnutrition, more than 149 million children suffer from stunting.
The Ukraine conflict is leading to the largest food crisis since World War II.
Projections indicate that by 2030, roughly 8% of the world’s population will still be confronting hunger.
Overpopulation is a leading driver of hunger, with the world's population expected to reach 9.7 billion by 2050.
The world produces enough food to feed everyone, but distribution and access remain major challenges.
Climate change, deforestation, and other environmental factors exacerbate the hunger crisis.
Sustainable agriculture, fair trade, and local food systems can make a difference.