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Poverty is an injustice that can and should be remedied by determined action. What actions are you willing to take to help reduce poverty? Photo: Feed My Starving Children

Hungry Planet: Consumption Around the Globe

Do not sit back: act to stop violence against women! www.undp.org/...

Give back this #holiday season!

Typhoon Haiyan. The response. image uploaded by @Action Against Hunger USA (ActionAgainstHunger)

How's this for a frightening fact? (via Food Recovery Network)

Spooky food waste facts for Halloween.

Celebrating International Day of the Girl with some inspirational factivism! #dayofgirl #factivist #tailoredforeducation

Childhood Malnutrition - credit: Save the Children

Infographic: Why equal land rights for women and men should be part of the post-2015 development agenda

Landesa | Infographic: Sowing Seeds for Post-2015 Success

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Happy #WorldHumanitarianDay! Fill in the blank: #theworldneedsmore....

Wondertip 3. – Reduce Food According to the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) 10% of the U.S. energy budget, 50% of U.S. land and 80% of all freshwater is used producing and transporting food. However, 40% of this food is wasted.

Infographic: The 12 goals to end poverty by 2030 #Post2015

Food security exists when all people, at all times, have physical, social and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food which meets their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life. FAO releases a new map tracking progress on the goal of eradicating hunger!

Findings from the report: "Insecure Communities: Latino Perception of Police Involvement in Immigration Enforcement". Read the full report here: www.uic.edu/... Visual made by NDLON.

During a child’s first #1000days of life, critical cognitive and physical developments occur that play a major role in determining his or her future success.

Investing in women and girls helps everyone. via: www.girleffect.org

328 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa still use unimproved drinking water sources. (That's more than the entire population of the United States.)

See full infographic created by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (#UNESCO) here: j.mp/11DYiYQ