Critical Creative Trever Warner
1. About 842 million people in the world do not eat enough to be healthy. That means that one in every eight people on Earth goes to bed hungry each night.
2.The number of people living with chronic hunger has fallen by 17 percent since 1990–92. If the trend continues, we will fall just short of the hunger target in the Millennium Development Goals.
3. Most of the world’s undernourished people are still to be found in Southern Asia, closely followed by sub-Saharan Africa and Eastern Asia.
5. In the developing world, one child in four is stunted, meaning that their physical and mental growth is impaired because of inadequate nutrition.
The next video is about CHILD hunger. Child hunger is a big thing in Africa.