This past weekend, university students gathered in Honduras for the first-ever Universities Fighting World Hunger Summit organized outside of North America. The Summit brings together students to learn about real-world hunger solutions from experts and leaders. Meet one Auburn University student from the United States who attended the Summit. She was already engaged in solving hunger, but here’s her account of how the Summit opened her eyes to new challenges – and new hope.
This New Year, we woke up to a world in which 1 in 7 people go to bed hungry. Our growing world population of over 7 billion people calls for new ways of thinking to make sure everyone has enough to eat. Why are we hopeful? WFP Students are the future of a hunger-free world.
Have you heard of the expression “Six Degrees of Separation?” It’s a theory that says we’re all connected through just six degrees of separation.
Fanny Wingårdh and Anna Nyberg, students at The Scandinavian School of Brussels (SSB) have proven that, even though they may just be two young girls in school, they can play an important role in the fight against global hunger.