Learn More About Hunger
While the entire Hunger Notes website is devoted to helping our readers learn more about hunger and poverty, this department focuses specifically on learning resources of various types.
Hunger and poverty facts Brief fact sheets on hunger worldwide and in the United States.
World hunger and poverty facts
United States hunger and poverty facts
Africa hunger and poverty facts
World child hunger facts
Hunger and nutrition fact sheet
Harmful economic systems as a cause of hunger and poverty
quizzes Information and questions on key hunger
issues, such as how many people are hungry and what does
long-term hunger feel like.
What does long term hunger feel like?
Understanding key definitions for hunger
How many people are hungry in the world?
Hunger in India (view a video)
How many people are very food insecure in the United States?
Notes special reports There are
affecting poor people.
Hunger Notes has tried to follow several of the most
Food as a human right (2009)
The world food and hunger crisis
The environment and hunger
Trade, hunger and poverty
Armed conflict and hunger ( A 2003 report still of interest)
Hunger pictures and stories
World hunger pictures and stories Stories that tell something about the life of hungry and poor people, with accompanying pictures.
US hunger pictures and stories Stories that tell something about the life of poor and often hungry people in the United States, with accompanying pictures.
Material that can be downloaded and printed.
Don't be blind, world hunger exists [eye] designed by Kamaron Owens, Virginia Commonwealth University (PDF file)
Don't be blind, world hunger exists [eyechart] designed by Kamaron Owens, Virginia Commonwealth University (PDF file)
Children and Hunger (HTML 8.5 x 14) Children and Hunger (MS Word 8.5 x 14)
Links to other websites HN has tried to select the best websites that can tell you more about developing countries and the forces that determine why people are hungry and poor.
Hunger Notes archives Publication of past issues of Hunger Notes. [Not yet completed.] Many articles are as relevant today as the day they were written.