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Hungry children

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According to the United Nations, about 25,000 people die every day of hunger or hunger-related causes. Most of these deaths are children. Hungry Children, Poor Children, Save The Children, Poor Kids, Poverty Photography, People Photography, Catholic Social Teaching, Global Poverty, Poverty Children

About a fifth of mankind still live in abject poverty, dispute the numerous national and global efforts during the past years on the first target of the Millennium Development Goals which aimed to decrease extreme poverty by one-half by the year 2015. Abdou Touray, Programme Specialist – Poverty and MDGs at the United Nations Development Programme country office in The Gambia said as of 2011 the poorest 40 percent of the world’s population account for 5 percent of global income and the…

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In the #Philippines, these kids love to eat #pancakes for their morning and afternoon #snacks. “My friends and I play a lot. After we play, we all feel hungry. After we eat pancake, we feel energized again,” says Kenneth (6, red shirt). They are made with flour, baking powder, egg, sugar, and butter, and then cooked over moderate heat. Because they don’t have an electric stove at home, they use wood for fuel. (Photo: 2015 Crislyn Joy Felisilda/World Vision) Hungry Children, Children Eating, Kids Photos, Couple Photos, Mission Work, Sponsored Child, World Vision, Pancake Day, Feeling Hungry

In the #Philippines, these kids love to eat #pancakes for their morning and afternoon #snacks. “My friends and I play a lot. After we play, we all feel hungry. After we eat pancake, we feel energized again,” says Kenneth (6, red shirt). They are made with flour, baking powder, egg, sugar, and butter, and then cooked over moderate heat. Because they don’t have an electric stove at home, they use wood for fuel. (Photo: 2015 Crislyn Joy Felisilda/World Vision)

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World Vision USA