World Food Day- 16 October 2018 Speech by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres
Antonio Guterres is reminding us, that in our world of plenty, one person in nine does not have enough to eat and about 820 million people still suffer from hunger and most of them are women. Are you astonished 155 million children are chronically malnourished therefore will suffer the effects of stunting all their living years? And hunger is the cause of half the infant deaths worldwide! Well, I am. Is it intolerable? Yes, it is!
This is what the UN boss says,
“On World Food Day, let us commit to a world without hunger-a world in which every person has access to a healthy, nutritious diet. Zero tolerance is about joining forces. Countries and companies, institutions and individuals: we must each do our part towards sustainable foods systems.
Today we renew our commitment to uphold everyone’s fundamental right to food and to leave no one behind.
Today, have you made your commitment not to waste food, to educate yourself, family and friends about healthy, nutritious diet, and styles of good food and cooking styles? You and l have. What about recycling and less use of plastics? You and I have.
Well Done All.
World Bee Project (UK/Global) With The University of Reading To Save Bees
The University of Reading, Berkshire in England is backing a world project to save and restore the declining bee population in England. It is estimated, hundreds of billions of £pounds is being lost in food production by the declining number of bees. This first World Bee Project will map out the state of bees in the country where the bee population is declining the fastest in Europe.
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