Hunger is stalking the globe 

Help us fight hunger 

Individuals living in poverty often cannot afford food of sufficient quality or quantity to live a healthy life. According to the World Bank, in 2013, 42.3% of the population of sub-Saharan Africa lived on $1.90 or less per day, a principal factor of widespread hunger.

Hunger doesn’t have to exist — let’s end it together.

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NO CHILD SHOULD EVER GO TO BED HUNGRY!

MIFA HUNGER ALLEVIATION PROGRAM

MIFA Has a program called MFFP " MIFA FREE FOOD PROGRAM"

The MFFP Program is an outreach Food Program designed by MIFA Nonprofit Organisation to Constantly distribute free meals to Street Children, Homeless People, Refugees, Internally Displaced Families in crisis area. 
Approximately one in three people living in sub-Saharan Africa are undernourished. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations estimated that 239 million people (around 30 percent of the population) in sub-Saharan Africa were hungry in 2010.



 

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As of 2015, most of the global poor live in sub-Saharan Africa. The average poverty rate for sub-Saharan Africa stands at 41%, and of the world's 28 poorest countries, 27 are in sub-Saharan Africa all with a poverty rate above 30 percent. MIFA is bent at playing a vital role in alleviation poverty in Africa.Individuals living in poverty often cannot afford food of sufficient quality or quantity to live a healthy life. According to the World Bank, in 2013, 42.3% of the population of sub-Saharan Africa lived on $1.90 or less per day, a principal factor of widespread hunger.

Hunger is stalking the globe 

Help us fight hunger 

NO CHILD SHOULD EVER GO TO BED HUNGRY!

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Six ways to solve world hunger

SUPPORT SMALL FARMERS BY BUILDING EFFECTIVE PARTNERSHIP

No single individual, group or government can take on this monumental challenge alone. We have seen over the last few years just how quick and significant progress can be when we have the vision to work together.

Most African farmers are less productive than a US farmer was 100 years ago. There is a consensus between NGOs and governments that supporting and training small farmers is the best possible solution to future food security. A combination of aid, education in low-tech methods such as better rice planting and irrigation, and the introduction of better seeds and fertilizer could spark a green revolution in Africa, such as the one that transformed South Asia in the 20th century.

Problem: Rich countries have proved poor at delivering on their aid pledges. Genetically modified crops are already part of these schemes.

TARGET INFANT NUTRITION

​"Eliminating malnutrition is achievable. It's within our reach," Bill Gates told the London summit, and many companies and rich nations are backing an African government-led plan to tackle it. Big improvements have already been made. The solution lies in education on good feeding techniques and getting the right nutrients to the mother and child from the beginning of pregnancy. Overall, malnutrition makes people poorer – it is responsible for an 11% decline in GDP in affected countries.

Problem: Critics say it diverts policy makers' attention from the job of solving the systemic problems in food supply.

REDUCE POVERTY

​Economic growth has long been seen as the key to reducing hunger. More trade, financial liberalization and open markets should aid the flow of food, of which there's no overall shortage. Successful poverty reduction in China has led some economists to predict there will be no more hungry people there by 2020.

Problems: Not easy to organize, with the west in economic recession and aid spending falling. More importantly, economic growth does not necessarily trickle down to the hungry poor.Child malnutrition has increased in India during the past decade despite the country's boom.

HELP COUNTRIES BECOME SELF-SUFFICIENT

We must retain and strengthen country ownership. Developing countries -- who suffer disproportionately from food insecurity -- must take the lead in defining their own path to prosperity.

MEETING IMMEDIATE NEEDS

By also provide humanitarian assistance to communities in crisis. In emergency situations, such as the aftermath of a natural disaster, We have to meet the immediate food and nutrition needs of communities through in-kind food, cash transfers or food vouchers.

MANAGING NATURAL RESOURCES & PREPARING FOR DISASTER  

For communities that rely on natural resources for their income, learning about sustainable resource management is vital. Years of poor management  such as overgrazing by livestock  can degrade farmland, making it difficult for farmers to earn a living.

Educate communities on the impacts of natural disasters and how to prepare for them.

                                               Please help in any way you can!


      Around 1 million children each year die from hunger-related causes. But with your

  support, we can bring immediate relief to hungry children and families around the world.