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Do you know how or where any of the food you eat was grown? Why is this important?
Watch how Caritas Australia have worked with Eric and Ma so they have enough food for their family in Fiji.youtu.beExplore this year's Project Compassion theme of 'Food for Life' through Eric and Ma's inspiring story of change. This video has been designed specifically fo...
How does not wasting food show solidarity with our brothers and sisters around the world who do not always have the food they need?
Did you know that almost 1 billion people do not have the food they need every day? What can we do about this?
How is water related to food production?
Malnutrition affects millions of children- it means they don't have the nutrients they need to be healthy and strong. How does a healthy diet help you?
Caritas Australia works with farmers all around the world to produce and access food sustainably. How can you support the work of Caritas Australia?
<b>Food is a basic need and a basic right.</b> How does the way people buy and sell food around the world affect people who are experiencing poverty?
Where does the food you buy come from? Why is this important to food and hunger for people all around the world?
What does Pope Francis invite us to do during this Caritas campaign, 'One Human Family, Food for All'?youtu.beA video message from Pope Francis to launch the global Caritas campaign - One human family, Food for all.
The “allegory of the spoons” teaches us that when we struggle to feed only ourselves, everyone goes hungry. But when we focus on our neighbour’s hunger, we discover there are ways to feed everyone.www.youtube.comBased on an ancient story about hunger and sharing, this animated video is part of Caritas’ “One Human Family, Food for All” campaign. The “allegory of the s...
Where and how does Caritas Australia work to improve food access for our brothers and sisters around the world?www.caritas.org.auExplore our countries we work in an issues we work with across Africa, Asia, Australia, Latin America and the Pacific.
How does using a compost bin or worm farm for our food leftovers show care for creation? How is this related to food production around the world?
How does buying Fairtrade products help farmers around the world?
For the answers to all these questions and more visitwww.caritas.org.auCaritas Australia helps to end poverty and promote social justice so the world's poor won't need to rely on charity. Understanding the relationship between food security, sustainable agriculture and poverty helps bring about sustainable community development.