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Vasta, from Malawi, pouring drying rice from a basket. PHOTO: SVEN TORFINN/PANOS/ACTIONAID. ActionAid schools | June 2012. ActionAid schools | June 2012. Why do we need food?. Growth. Keeps our bodies healthy. Energy. Children playing games, India PHOTO: TOM PIETRASIK/ACTIONAID.

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Vasta, from Malawi, pouring drying rice from a basket.

PHOTO: SVEN TORFINN/PANOS/ACTIONAID

ActionAid schools | June 2012

ActionAid schools | June 2012

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Why do we need food?

Growth

Keeps our bodies healthy

Energy

Children playing games, India

PHOTO: TOM PIETRASIK/ACTIONAID

Resistance to disease

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Who should have

access to food?

  • Access to food is a basic human right
  • The right to food enables people to live in:
  • dignity
  • free from hunger
  • food insecurity
  • malnutrition

Schoolgirls eating lunch, India

PHOTO: LIZ NEWBON/ACTIONAID

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Think  Pair  Share

If access to food is a basic human right, why do so many people globally go hungry?

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How has drought affected Ebrima’s family?

Ebrima Mbye, from The Gambia, on his family’s farm

PHOTO: ACTIONAID

“We do not know how we will survive until the next harvest and we are very afraid that something bad will happen... That we will start to die.”

Ebrima Mbye, The Gambia

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Why can’t Anastasia grow enough food to live on?

Anastasia, from The Democratic Republic of Congo, harvesting crops

PHOTO: ACTIONAID

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How has natural disaster affected the Vilme family?

The Vilme family, from Haiti, sitting amongst the rubble of their home.

PHOTO: MOISES SAMAN/PANOS/ACTIONAID

A woman making her way through rubble in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

PHOTO: MOISES SAMAN/PANOS/ACTIONAID

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Why has Akeema’s family had to give up fishing?

Hakeema Khatoon, Pakistan. Her husband used to catch fish as his living.

PHOTO: ACTIONAID

Fishermen, from Pakistan, going out to sea in a trawler with the hope of catching fish.

PHOTO: WARRICK PAGE/PANOS PICTURES/ACTIONAID

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How is climate change affecting our food supply?

A woman and child, from Kenya, collecting water from a dried watering hole.

PHOTO: DES WILLIE/ACTIONAID

Deforestation

Livestock

Kondha tribal people, from India, examining the effects of deforestation on their land.

PHOTO: FIROZ AHMAD FIROZ/ACTIONAID

A man walks past a dead cow, Kenya. Livestock can die due to dehydration during periods of drought.

PHOTO: JEHAD NGA/CORBIS/ACTIONAID

Herders, from Kenya, bring their cattle in search of pasture and water.

PHOTO: SIEGFRIED MODOLA/SHOOT THE EARTH/ACTIONAID

Serious soil erosion, Malawi.

PHOTO: GRAEME WILLIAMS/PANOS PICTURES/ACTIONAID

A paddy field destroyed by flood waters, India.

PHOTO: NILAYAN/ACTIONAID

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What are some of the causes of hunger?

Simon, Rose and their child, from Kenya, standing on their drought damaged farmland.

PHOTO: GRAEME WILLIAMS/PANOS PICTURES/ACTIONAID

Yama, from Senegal, is not allowed access to her land to grow food for her children.

PHOTO: CANDACE FEIT/ACTIONAID

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How can we create a world without hunger?

Think of some big solutions!

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How is ActionAid fighting hunger?

Doreth, from Rwanda, feeding a cow at her daughter’s school.

PHOTO: ACTIONAID

Lacherie, 8, from Rwanda, drinking cow’s milk at school.

PHOTO: SULAH NUWAMANYA/ACTIONAID

Lila, from Haiti, shows an example of disaster risk reduction. Digging small canals and dirt walls provides channels for heavy rainfall.

PHOTO: ACTIONAID

Yerrampalli, from India, at a land rights march for local women.

PHOTO: ACTIONAID

Vicky, from Brazil, food rights campaigner.

PHOTO: ACTIONAID

Khudaija Pandrani, from Pakistan, is a farmer who has benefitted from access to a seed bank.

PHOTO: ACTIONAID

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Hands holding rice husks, the hard protective covering of rice grains.

PHOTO: SVEN TORFINN/PANOS PICTURES/ACTIONAID

For further information visit

www.actionaid.org.uk/schools

ActionAid schools | June 2012