Hunger Facts

Every day in the developing world,
30,100 children die from mostly preventable and treatable causes such as diarrhea, acute
respiratory infections or
malaria. Malnutrition is
associated with over half of those deaths.

More than 800 million people in the world are
malnourished --
777 million of them are from the developing world. 177 million of them are children.

In the last 50 years, almost 400 million people worldwide have died from hunger and poor sanitation,
according to the report.
That's three times the
number of people killed in all wars fought in the
entire 20th century.

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