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    Posted On 18 October 2020

    Observed across 150 countries on 16th October annually, World Food Day calls for global solidarity to tackle Global hunger and help all populations specially the most vulnerable ones. Some of us have the privilege of being able to sit at home without having to worry where our next meal is coming from but the COVID-19 Global Health crisis has made us reflect on things we truly cherish and our most basic needs. These uncertain times have made many of us rekindle our appreciation for a thing that some take for granted and many go without: FOOD. Inaccessibility to food is a pressing issue and the pandemic has intensified it further. To spread awareness among the students about food security in these times and the need to ensure healthy diet for all, the Primary Section at Unity College conducted few activities for Classes 4 and 5. The students were given a task of making posters on the following topics to commemorate the day. 1. How food is wasted? 2. What steps can be taken to stop wastage? 3 The effects of wastage of food. The students used their imaginative minds and participated enthusiastically by drawing exemplary posters signifying the importance and preservation of food resources. In these outstanding posters, the students endeavored to focus on eradicating chronic food deprivation by coming up with brilliant ideas and ways to stop food wastage and conveyed the effects of wastage of food. They clicked the images of the drawings and posted on their respective Class Whatsapp groups. The activity honored the commitment of the little ones to defeating hunger and reducing wastage of food by giving, recycling and using it as a compost. Our actions are truly our future and our everyday actions can make an impact. Remember, one action of ours can feed many in need. So let’s GROW, NOURISH and SUSTAIN together.