Inequality in the world leads to hunger and malnutrition

Despite the fact that women bear the heaviest responsibility for food supply globally, they themselves are the most affected by hunger and malnutrition. In order to end hunger in the world, the systematic discrimination against women must also end. This is written by representatives from the organization The Hunger Project. Photo: CIFOR. Source: Flickr.

Of: Elodie Iko, Grace Mgabadere Chikow and Malin Flemström

Gender discrimination continues to be a contributing factor to hunger and malnutrition in the world. Everyone must work for more equal societies to end hunger, and men in particular must realize that their commitment is essential to achieving equality. It writes Elodie Iko, Grace Mga bathers Chikowi and Malin Flemström from The Hunger Project. 

March 8, 2024, Debate