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Going home with a rumbling stomach after a long day at work or school is something that's happened to us all. But for each of us who are greeted by the sight of well-stocked cupboards, many others – including children – go to bed hungry. This can make a big difference to their everyday lives and long-term future.
To address this Unilever is working with the World Food Programme's (WFP)
Home Grown School Meals Programme to address child malnutrition. In 2014 alone, this support is enabling WFP to provide over 9m school meals in countries such as Bangladesh, Indonesia, Kenya, Ecuador, Myanmar and the Philippines. And on World Food Day on 16 October, Unilever's brand Knorr donated 1m meals to school children around the world.
And we can all help to make a difference to the people behind the statistics. Join a community of like-minded people to create a brighter future by pledging your support for zero hunger here.