We’re calling on children and teens all over the world, from age 5 to 19, to use their imagination and create a poster that illustrates their idea of Zero Hunger. Young minds can be inspired by the World Food Day Activity Book that explains what Zero Hunger is all about, and how everyone needs to come together and take action to reach this global goal.
Take a photo or scan your poster and submit your entry by filling out the form on our website. Remember to do so before 9 November 2018!
Three winners in each age category will be selected by our jury and announced here in December. Winners will be promoted by FAO offices around the world and receive a surprise gift bag and Certificate of Recognition. They will also feature in an exhibition at FAO headquarters in Rome.
Did you know that there are 815 million people in the world that go to bed hungry, while 1.9 billion people are overweight?
The world has set a challenge to achieve Zero Hunger and better nutrition by 2030. But governments can’t do it alone – everyone has a role to play. Come on the Zero Hunger journey with me to discover what each of us -governments, farmers, businesses and the general public- have to do to reach this goal. Learn how you can become part of the Zero Hunger Generation!
The Tree of Life
My drawing emphasizes great opportunities and encouragements. It highlights a bulb with details inside represents FAO itself who organized programs which invites migrant who suffered frustrations and hardships in life, may invest in food security and rural development. Their aim is to guide them to reach their dreams. The more the BULB spread its bright light, the more people may improve their future since FAO has enough power in bringing human to the highest level in agriculture and sustainable environment in terms of helping the community, pollution-free and worth living. My artpiece indeed calls each one of us to take a hand in promoting what FAO has been started and encourage more people to invest instead of wasting time in migration, thereby greatly involving ourselves in the world, caring for our fellow human and for the earth for a better tomorrow..
rural progress…the homecoming
A mother’s Homecoming after working abroad for ten years. Rural development and food security made her decide to stay with her family forever.
The poster describes someone who does not migrate because there is already a facility in his village. therefore the importance of rural development, especially in agriculture (including livestock, fishery, food processing and horticulture) will change the future. If fewer people live in the village because of migration, the fewer people work as farmers to feed us
Khraw Thai Khraw Lok
Good food can be obtained by using quality raw materials. And important to pay attention to the food as well.
DESIRE FOR A NEW LIFE
What migrants long for is that places with extreme climates will be cultivated by humans. Those lands will be lush again and able to sustain people.