Stability cannot occur when a family is in crisis
Hunger and food insecurity is a long term focus for One Ummah Foundation. Our mission is to eliminate child labor by breaking the cycle of illiteracy and poverty in underdeveloped countries. Food, Water and Shelter are always the number one priority, for without these basic human needs, education is an impossibility. Keep reading....
Key facts and figures
(from the World Health Organization, @ Jul 15, 2019)
Number of hungry people in the world in 2018: 821.6 million (or 1 in 9 people)
in Asia: 513.9 million
in Africa: 256.1million
in Latin America and the Caribbean: 42.5 million
Number of moderately or severely food insecure: 2 billion (26.4%)
Babies born with low birth weight: 20.5 million (one in seven)
Children under 5 affected by stunting (low height-for-age): 148.9 million (21.9%)
Children under 5 affected by wasting (low weight-for-height): 49.5 million (7.3%)
Children under 5 who are overweight (high weight-for-height): 40 million (5.9%)
School-age children and adolescents who are overweight: 338 million
Adults who are obese: 672 million (13% or 1 in 8 adults)
More than 820 million people in the world are hungry.
With such large numbers of fellow humans suffering around the world we must heed the call to action now by reaching as many hungry people as possible. Natural disasters, conflicts, and now the Covid-19 pandemic have all led to this global hunger crisis; inflicting hardship on those with the least resources.
Here are the areas the One Ummah Foundation Food Programs are currently serving:
5 Million Meals - covering the highest priorities globally
Africa - Kenya, Togo, Somalia, Eritrea
Asia - Yemen, Kashmir, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan
One Ummah Foundation has teams on the ground in the areas we work so we know that 100% of your donation makes an impact. Funds are primarily used for food rations and one dollar goes a long way (see our 25c meal and even .04c meal programs).
Please support our humble efforts to keep food in the bellies of our most vulnerable brothers and sisters. The MOST EFFECTIVE way to support hunger programs is to set up a recurring gift. Start today with as little as $1 per month.