Honoring World Food Day through the Rotary network

By Zuhal Sharp, Rotary Programs staff

Rotarian gleaningOn 16 October, World Food Day, Rotary had the privilege of hosting a Twitter chat with prominent food experts to exchange ideas on effectively addressing hunger, malnutrition, and food waste. Experts from Rotary First Harvest, the Global FoodBanking Network, and the Food Plant Solutions Rotarian Action Group provided great insight, shared best practices from the field, and linked us with useful resources. Active participants from around the world highlighted Rotarian and Rotaractor successful hunger and food initiatives.

It’s not too late to get involved!

  • Review highlights from the 16 October World Food Day Twitter chat and share your own experience with hunger relief efforts in the comments section below.
  • Browse Rotary Showcase for inspirational Rotary projects addressing hunger and malnutrition.
  • Join the discussion group on hunger in Rotary’s online community.

Author: rotaryservice

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