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Children’s Hunger Relief

Hunger is defined as the state of the human body where there is strong craving for food, and the sufficient calorie needs for the day of the individual have not been met. The consequences of hunger are losing weight, malnutrition, and a persistent state of hunger that eventually leads to death. In this time and age, when people have the necessary tools and accessories to generate enough food for everyone, hunger is still a major social evil. Every six seconds, a child under the age of 5 dies from hunger in developing countries. Each year, 2.6 million children die of hunger and malnutrition, and one in six children in developing countries are underweight. The vast majority of hungry people live in developing countries. Asia has ...

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