Wednesday, 1 May 2013

Enough Food for Everyone IF campaign

Emily Mbithuka stands by empty market stalls in Kitui, Kenya
More than 40 years ago, rich countries made a promise to give 0.7% of their wealth to the world's poorest people every year. Thanks to your support, the United Kingdom is now the first member of the G8 to keep this promise. In tough times, we haven't turned our backs on people going hungry.

You should be proud. Thank you. But we're not done yet. We still need you to join in to urge world leaders to tackle global hunger at the G8 summit in June. Join the day in London on June 8 to ask for 'Enough Food for Everyone'.

We produce enough food to feed the world – but a billion people go hungry. 

Are you hungry for change? Act now for a fairer food system: www.cafod.org.uk/hungry

(David Thomson Diocesan Justice and Peace Adviser)

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