Ending Hunger: The Movement Continues
By Lily Michelson, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Photo Credit: Sarita, World Food Day 2013 Poster Contest, 2nd Place

Congratulations!

The World Food Day USA and Canada network extends a sincerest congratulations to you for a successful 2013 campaign!

Your savvy social media skills and participation in #WFD2013 events pushed the World Food Day movement to the forefront of media attention.   From hosting or attending Oxfam Dinners to marching in CROP hunger walks, you made this World Food Day a day of activism, inspiration, and hope for the anti-hunger movement.

Still #hungerto do more?

Though World Food Day may be over,  the fight to end hunger will not cease. There are many more events coming up in the next few weeks that will further our mission. Check out the EVENTS page for activities going on near you! The page is continuing to grow, so if you don’t see something near you, be sure to check in again in the coming days.

Missed some of the conversation?

World Food Day made national and international headlines this year, with major publications drawing attention to the food security movement and covering large-scale World Food Day events. If you missed some of the press, don’t worry!  Here are some (but certainly not all) of the most interesting news headlines:

Pope Francis' Message for World Food Day

10 Things to Know about Food on World Food Day (Huffington Post)

Fast Food, Slow Food, No Food (Princess Haya Al Hussein)

How to Feed the World (Mark Bittman)

The World Food Day Challenge: Feeding Fewer People with Fewer Resources (World Bank)

Thank you, once again, for an incredible World Food Day. To stay updated and informed on global hunger issues, be sure to continue visiting the WorldFoodDayUSA webpage and to follow the World Food Day blog!

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