Healthy Nations Start with Healthy Children: Lessons from GFN Food Banks
No child should go hungry. Yet tens of millions of children suffer from hunger, undernourishment, and food insecurity. The global community is off track to reach Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 2—Zero Hunger—and those most at risk are children. Ending child hunger and malnutrition is a moral imperative and a necessity to achieve shared prosperity and stability for all nations. This report provides a snapshot of the work of food banks in The Global FoodBanking Network to address the problem of child hunger in their communities, particularly for school-age children.