Hunger and Food Insecurity 

"We are in front of a global scandal or around one billion - one billion people who still suffer from hunger today. 
We cannot look the other way and pretend this does not exist. 
The food available in the world is enough to feed everyone." 
- Pope Francis 


Pope Messages 

Jesuit Network

United States

‘In every part of the nation, a large number of households is experiencing food hardship — the inability to afford enough food for themselves and their families — according to “How Hungry is America?” After several years of decline, the national food hardship rate for all households increased from 15.1 percent in 2016 to 15.7 percent in 2017.’ (FRAC)

Higher Education

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Organizations and Resources


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