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Exploration Project: World Hunger

By: That One Asian Dude

United Asians

on 5 June 2014

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Transcript of Exploration Project: World Hunger

Exploration Project
"...the average American tosses about 25% of food and beverages purchased."
-Us News (Personal Finance Section)
What are the causes of starvation in third world countries? What can we do, to help?
"Nobody has died of hunger."
-Bakili Muluzi
"Our president was a funny guy..." (Kamkwamba 95).
"...the price of (food) doubled; millions went hungry and an untold number died..."
-Jeremy Laurence, author of "Three Million Faces Starvation in Malawi"
"Like I said, our president was a funny guy."
-William Kamkwamba
"Actually, this year, and last year, and during the 2008 food crisis, there was enough food on earth for everyone to have 2,700 kilo calories."
-Josette Sheeran, Ted Talk (2011)

What are some solutions to world hunger?
"Food is one issue that cannot be solved person by person. We have to stand together."
-Josette Sheeran, Ted Talk (2011)
"I'd like to talk about what I call 'digital food'."
"The dairy industry had increased by 30%."
-Josette Sheeran, Ted Talk (2011)
What can you do to get involved?
Volunteer in soup kitchens and homeless shelters
Organize a canned food drive
Make a community garden
Recommended organization campaign that you can participate:

Child Hunger Ends Here

"40% of food in the United States today goes uneaten...Americans are throwing out an equivalent of $165 billion each year...Reducing food losses by 15% would be enough to feed more than 25 million Americans every year."
-Dana Gunders, Natural Resources Defense Council
Malawi, Africa
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