Each year, the World Food Programme helps 8 million people worldwide, but that is still a small portion of the approximately 80 million people suffering from lack of food. The WFP must fight harder to end world hunger and ensure that no child goes to bed hungry.
Topic 1 - Humanitarian Aid
Crises in nations can completely shake citizens’ lives, especially when it comes to nourishment. The WFP must create effective humanitarian solutions for emergencies as well as in the long term so that people do not go hungry during and after crises. The need for humanitarian aid reaches many communities across the globe, particularly refugees. Bringing food aid to refugees is an important step toward helping those affected, especially in a world rampant with terrorism, civil war, and natural disasters. From emergency relief to resilience building, delegates can look to develop these programs and create new ones so that no one goes hungry.
Topic 2 - Food Security for Developing Nations
Oftentimes settled peoples do not have access to food either. Agricultural sustainability, particularly in developing countries, is critical to ensuring that families don’t go to bed hungry. As climate change affects environments and their communities, food insecurity becomes an ever growing threat. Education in better agricultural techniques and empowerment of women in agriculture are just a couple of the ways that communities can move towards full sustainability. Together, we can keep the citizens of the world nourished, and fulfill the second Sustainable Development Goal, Zero Hunger.