World Food Day 2019: Total Optimisation And Circulation Of Food


The World Food Day is celebrated every year on the 16th of October. This year, World Food Day will be celebrated across the globe to create awareness.

Written By Aditya Vyas | Mumbai | Updated On:
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World Food Day is celebrated every year across the world on the 16th of October. The world food day is celebrated with extreme enthusiasm. It is celebrated every year in honour of the founding date of the Food and Agriculture Organization launched by the United Nations in the year 1945. These events are concerned with food security and to ensure the supply of nutritious food. Food is the fundamental right and the basic requirement of a human being. World Food Day is also monitored by the United Nations.

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The events of these days ensure supply of food where required and also to promote global awareness. One of its primary goals includes taking action on those who suffer from hunger and maintaining it. One in every seven people is hungry. Around 800 million people around the world do not have access to healthy food to lead an active life or any food at all. World hunger statistics prove this devastating fact. The World Food Day and the parties in that operation are constantly making a change to prevent any more hunger.

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Celebration across the world

World Food Day was the highlight among social media. There are various hashtags on Twitter, including #WorldFoodDay and #ZeroHunger. You can join the conversations using these hashtags. Collective action is held across 150 countries and this is what makes WFD one of the most celebrated days of the UN calendar. There are hunger marches, cultural performances, marathons and several other events every year. These are organised in around 130 countries across the world in order to initiate awareness and optimisation.

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Every year, the WFD is celebrated in various countries including India, and the United States. The goal is to ensure optimisation and maintain the health of the globe altogether. According to World Hunger Statistics, if women farmers had the same access to resources as men, the number of hungry people in the world could be reduced by up to 150 million. This is something that can be worked upon collectively. It is also possible to eradicate hunger by creating awareness among social media and partaking in campaigns.                                                                                                         

By 2030, 40% Indian will not have access to drinking water