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Emily Mbithuka from Kenya has survived hard times. When there’s not enough food for her family, she copes by eating very little. “It hurts to see my children ask for food,” she says. “I store maize to make sure we can feed the small ones. The older ones, my husband and I, skip meals.”

We produce enough food to feed the world – but a billion people don’t have enough to eat.

The way that food is grown, sold and shared out is not working for the world’s people. We have the power to change this.

Emily’s hungry for change – are you?