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Enough food for everyone - Save the Children - IF

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We take food for granted, well my children do. They just assume that they can walk to the fridge and the cupboards and there will be food there (as long as mommy has been shopping that is). But what about the children that don't have enough to eat?

IF we want to put an end to global hunger, we need to generate so much noise that our leaders have no choice but to act. Not enough people know that the world produces enough food for everyone.

The ‘IF’ movement challenges the Prime Minister to tackle 4 big IFs to help there be enough food for everyone:

  • IF we stop poor farmers being forced off their land, and use the available agricultural land to grow food for people, not biofuels for cars.
  • IF governments keep their promises on aid, invest to stop children dying from malnutrition and help the poorest people feed themselves through investment in small farmers.
  • IF governments stop big companies dodging tax in poor countries, so that millions of people can free themselves from hunger.
  • IF we force governments and investors to be honest and open about the deals they make in the poorest countries that stop people getting enough food.

That’s why we’ve set ourselves a goal: to tell a million people about ENOUGH FOOD FOR EVERYONE IF.

Whether you tell one-thousand people or one person about the campaign, you’re making a difference, it can be as easy as sharing the Tell A Million video on Facebook/Twitter, or using the #tellamillion hashtag. 

Thank you for reading (and hopefully sharing) xx

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