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World Food Day 2012: KS2. Pupils at Langobaya school, Kenya, collect their school lunch as part of ActionAid ’ s school feeding programme. PHOTO: SØREN BJERREGAARD/ACTIONAID. ActionAid schools | September 2012. Can you guess the name of this food?. Thikhala Chilembwe, 14 ,from Malawi.

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World Food Day

2012: KS2

Pupils at Langobaya school, Kenya, collect their school lunch as part of ActionAid’s school feeding programme.

PHOTO: SØREN BJERREGAARD/ACTIONAID.

ActionAid schools | September 2012

can you guess the name of this food
Can you guess the name of this food?

Thikhala Chilembwe, 14 ,from Malawi.

PHOTO: CAMERON MCNEE/MISSIONMALAWI//ACTIONAID

Margret David harvests a healthy crop from her garden in Malawi.

PHOTO: ACTIONAID

why has this maize crop dried up can you think of three reasons
Why has this maize crop dried up? Can you think of three reasons?

The Yaa family\'s failed maize crop in Langobaya, Kenya.

PHOTO: DES WILLIE/ACTIONAID

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MariamYaa, 10, collects water and tends the family’s goats in Langobaya, Kenya.

PHOTO: DES WILLIE/ACTIONAID

Mariam Yaa, 10, at her homestead in Langobaya, Kenya.

PHOTO: DES WILLIE/ACTIONAID

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What type of food do you think is in the two bowls?

Karisa, Mariam and Karembo Yaa at home in Langobaya, Kenya.

PHOTO: DES WILLIE/ACTIONAID

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Why do you think some people go hungry?

Complete the first column only!

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Mukta and her friends in their home village in Sunamganj district, Bangladesh.

TOM PIETRASIK/ACTIONAID

Mukta’s mother Shofikun in the community paddy fields in Sunamganj district, Bangladesh.

PHOTO: NICOLAS AXELROD/ACTIONAID

what farming jobs do you think mukta is doing
What farming jobs do you think Mukta is doing?

Mukta and her mother Shofikun.

PHOTO: NICOLAS AXELROD/ACTIONAID

Mukta in the family\'s vegetable garden.

PHOTO: NICOLAS AXELROD/ACTIONAID

Muktaand her mother Shofikun.

PHOTO: NICOLAS AXELROD/ACTIONAID

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Why do you think some people go hungry?

Complete the second column only!

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Reuben plays with his village friends.

PHOTO: GRAEME WILLIAMS/PANOS/ACTIONAID

Reuben Chidimba with a baby goat at home in Rumphi district, Malawi.

PHOTO: GRAEME WILLIAMS/PANOS/ACTIONAID

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Describe what you see in this picture. Do you think it would be easy or difficult to grow food in this area?

Typical landscape in Rumphi district, Malawi.

PHOTO: GRAEME WILLIAMS/PANOS/ACTIONAID0

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Thabu Chidimba, a smallholder farmer in the fields she shares with other local women.

PHOTO: GRAEME WILLIAMS/PANOS/ACTIONAID

what links all these pictures together
What links all these pictures together?

Lina Gondwe helping sprouting maize plants to grow.

PHOTO: GRAEME WILLIAMS/PANOS/ACTIONAID

Contrast between maize grown on compost-fed soil in the background and maize grown without compost in the foreground, Rumphi district, Malawi.

PHOTO: GRAEME WILLIAMS/PANOS/ACTIONAID

Compost heaps made by women farmers in Rumphi district, Malawi.

PHOTO: GRAEME WILLIAMS/PANOS/ACTIONAID

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Thabu and other women farmers on their irrigated land in Rumphi district, Malawi.

PHOTO: GRAEME WILLIAMS/PANOS/ACTIONAID

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Think about Mariam, Mukta and Reuben. What are the similarities and difference between their lives and the places where they live?
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