Due to multiple crises and climate change, global public health issues continue to escalate, causing economic instability, job loss, food insecurity, migration, malnutrition and hunger. For all forms of malnutrition, the rates are on the rise worldwide. Malnutrition is the leading cause of death of children globally, taking more than 3 million lives each year. And, 3 billion people, more than one-third of the world population, are held back by inadequate diets. Behind these statistics are real people whose lives could change with access to nutritious foods.
Take a look at the 2021 annual report for further insight on our work rooted in science, using evidence to change the way nutrition is delivered to people who need it most.