Zero hunger is more than an ambitious dream of a world of full stomachs—it’s a Global Goal that world leaders have set for 2030. It’s an end to chronic hunger, malnutrition and food insecurity, and it’s what humanity deserves, a necessary condition to reach our full potential. And the closer we get, the more we all benefit. But to arrive at zero in 15 short years, we need your voice.
Share #ZeroHunger online, write to your elected leaders, be a champion in your community—there are many ways to get involved. You can:
World Food Day is 16 October, and a lot is happening around the world. The official theme this year is Social Protection and Agriculture: Breaking the Cycle of Rural Poverty.
You can make a difference by sharing our campaign and getting it in front of as many people as possible.
In September 2015, world leaders committed to 17 Global Goals to achieve in 15 years.
Focused on ending extreme poverty and hunger, fighting inequality and injustice, and fixing climate change, these goals for sustainable development will guide the way for the next generation.