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World Food Day: In today’s history we will see…
16 October celebrated as World Food Day, it’s the start date of the Food And Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) in 1945. It is an International day which celebrated every year around the world.
What is the motive to celebrate?
World Food Day is a global action to make stronger international and national harmony in the fight to end paucity, starvation, and hunger. The World is moving to the center stage in the global struggle for food security, rising temperatures, water scarcity, food crisis, and eroding soil. the motive for celebrating world food day is very clear that we want everyone to get food to overcome malnutrition, everyone gets a healthy meal and they understand the importance of food
An estimate stated that nearly 98% of worldwide hunger exists in underdeveloped countries. World Food Day is a global action devoted to tackling the control of global hunger. People across the globe join hands together to get rid of Worldwide hunger.
Why it’s celebrated with the theme:
Sine 1981, World Food Day has adopted a different theme each year in order to places of interest areas needed for action and provide a common focus. Most of the themes revolve around agriculture because only invest in agriculture- jointly with support for education and health- will turn this situation around.
The mass of that investment will have to come from the private sector, with public investment playing an essential role, especially in view of its facilitating and stimulating effect on private investment.
World Food Day is celebrated each year with a novel theme. The objective is to create consciousness about the existing dilemma of obesity and malnutrition due to hunger.
1981- Food comes first
1982- Food comes first
1983- Food Security
1984- Women in agriculture
1985- Rural poverty
1986- Fisherman and fishing communities
1987- Small farmers
1988- Rural youth
1989- Food and the environment
1990- Food for the future
1991- Trees for life
1992- Food and nutrition
1993- Harvesting nature’s diversity
1994- Water for life
1995- Food for all
1996- Fighting hunger and malnutrition
1997- Investing in food security
1998- Women feed the World
1999- Youth against hunger
2000- A millennium free from hunger
2001- Fight hunger to reduce poverty
2002- Water: a source of food security
2003- Working together for an International union against hunger
2004- Bio-diversity for food security
2005- Agriculture and intercultural dialogue
2006- Investing in agriculture for food security
2007- The right to food
2008- World food security: The challenges of climate revolutionize and
2009- Achieving food security in the point of crisis
2010- United against hunger
2011- Food prices- from crisis to stability
2012- Agricultural cooperatives key to feeding the world
2013- Sustainable Food System for Food Security and Nutrition
2014- Family farming- Feed the World, care for the Earth

2015- Social protection and agriculture breaking
The cycle of rural poverty
2016- Climate change-climate is changing food and agriculture too
2017- Change the future of Migration- payout in food Security and
Rural development
2018- Our action are our future, ending world hunger by 2030 is
2019- Healthy diet for a Zero hunger world
2020- Grow, nourish, sustain together. Our actions are our future

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