Read our 2021 annual report
Nothing Kills Like Hunger
Breaking the cycle
Despite the development gains of the last few decades and a planet capable of feeding us all, hunger and malnutrition remain the number one risk to health globally.
Significant progress has been made in reducing hunger levels around the world over the last 20 years, but the situation at the start of 2017 remains one of severe need with 50 countries facing ‘serious’ and ‘alarming’ levels of hunger.
This report discusses the challenge of hunger, highlights Hunger Hot Spots in 2017, identifies solutions and makes recommendations for ending hunger.