Over 500m children, throughout the World, are going to sleep every night without having had a decent meal that day. With your help, The Well Foundation food programme aims to provide meals in 26 countries every 26 weeks
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Around 5.1 million Sierra Leoneans are estimated to lack sufficient nutritious food to live a healthy life, with 789,536 of them being severely food insecure
1.4 million people in Chad are currently being supported with emergency food aid by the World Food Programme.
Nearly 1.3 million (22 percent of the population) require humanitarian assistance and over 280,000 people are at risk of falling into food insecurity. 15.2 percent of these children are at grave risk if nutrition treatments are not received.
Nearly 700,000 Muslims living in Rakhine State have had to flee Myanmar and seek refuge in neighbouring Bangladesh, causing a humanitarian crisis.
Cameroon ranks 150 out of 189 in the 2019 Human Development Index and 39 percent of its people live under the poverty line.
Sri Lanka faces many socioeconomic challenges, including the impact of a nutritional ‘triple burden’ spanning undernutrition, high levels of overweight and obesity and micronutrient deficiencies.
Undernutrition is widespread, and 32 percent of children under 5 years of age are stunted, while 10 percent suffer from wasting.
Nearly 20 percent of Niger's 18 million population cannot meet their food needs, this figure rises to nearly 30 percent during periods of poor rainfall.
According to UN-India, there are nearly 195 million undernourished people in India, which is a quarter of the world's hunger burden.
Inadequate diets are a root cause of persisting nutritional problems which undermine the health, growth and development of Ugandan children. Stunting affects more than one quarter – 29 percent – of children under 5
Prior to the outbreak of COVID-19, nearly one third of the population (33 percent, or 1.6 million people) could not afford nutritious food. Food insecurity is high among women – particularly in the Gaza Strip, where 54 percent of families are headed by women.
5.2 million people in Ethiopia face a precarious food security situation.
As of 2019, 60% of Zimbabwe's population is food insecure, living in a household that is unable to obtain enough food to meet basic needs.
Approximately 36 percent of Nepali children under 5 are stunted, while 27 percent are underweight, and 10 percent suffer from wasting due to acute malnutrition.
About two thirds of Madagascar's population live below the poverty threshold, food supplies lack diversity and do not meet the needs of the population. A third of the population is undernourished.
Over one third of Kenya's population lives under the international poverty line and access to adequate quantities of nutritious food remains a challenge for many.
It is estimated that there are currently over 1.5 million children who are at risk of food insecurity in Burkina Faso
Poverty is widespread in Malawi, with 50% of its population living under the poverty line of $2/day according to the World Bank.
Almost 37 percent of Pakistan's population faces food insecurity. Primarily, this is due to limited economic access by the poorest and most vulnerable group of the population – particularly women – to an adequate and diverse diet.
The Global Hunger Index ranked the situation as "alarming" with a score of 42 in the year 2000. Children in rural areas suffer substantially higher rates of malnutrition and chronic hunger
Poverty is on the rise, affecting 78.1 percent of people, and food insecurity levels are twice as high in families headed by women.
Agriculture in Ghana is mostly rain-fed, with less than one percent of cultivated land being irrigated and the country is experiencing increasingly erratic rainfall with long dry periods due to climate change.
According to the Sudan Humanitarian Response Plan 2020, 9.6 million people in Sudan required humanitarian support in 2020, including 6.2 million people who are food insecure.
Around 110 million Nigerians, representing over 60 percent of the total population, live below the poverty line.
Mauritania faces major challenges, including food insecurity, malnutrition, gender inequality and land degradation. One in five children is chronically malnourished.
The Gambia’s poverty rate remains at 48 percent, while food insecurity has risen from 5 to 8 percent over the past five years.
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