Presentation on theme: "Economic Reasons Inequalities between countries and people Wars Epidemics Natural Disasters Extreme Poverty Population Education Birth Control."— Presentation transcript:
Economic Reasons Inequalities between countries and people Wars Epidemics Natural Disasters Extreme Poverty Population Education Birth Control
Over 9 million people die worldwide each year because of hunger and malnutrition; 5 million are children. Food wastage is also high: - In the United Kingdom, “a shocking 30-40% of all food is never eaten”; - In the last decade the amount of food of British people threw into the bin went up by 15%; - Overall, £20 billion(approximately $38 billion U.S. Dollars) worth of food is thrown away, every year. - In the U.S % of all food ready for harvest never gets eaten.
Charity fairs were held once in a month. With the money that we collected in the charity fairs was spent on a school which needed help. Support to a nursing home. A campaign was organized to collect enough money to buy books and clothes.
Support to families which are destitute. A charity fair organization with UNICEF. Pet bottles were turned into fibre and then turned into coats and distrubuted to the chidren who are indigent. An international project about hunger. Working with exchange students to develop economical sitation of a village.
Committee Members İpek Eraydın Gizem Kayar Asya Şahinkaya Sedef Öztürk Melissa Kaslowski Aylin Yasa Buse Bilgişin Nihal Bengisu Mete Gamze Gök