If we are to succeed in tackling this enormous global challenge, it’s essential that we address one of the main causes of food insecurity — gender inequality.

Imagine a scenario where every person in the United States, Canada, and Mexico went to bed hungry each night. Then double it. That’s about how many people around the world suffer from chronic hunger — a staggering 821 million souls.[1]

Children are hit particularly hard: more than 150 million kids…

Michelle Nunn

President and CEO of CARE, a global humanitarian organization that fights poverty by empowering girls and women.

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