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What Can Be Done Statistics Local Hunger Terms Women & Children 10 Point 10

What Can Be Done Statistics Local Hunger Terms Women & Children 10 Point 10 Point 20 Points 20 Points 30 Points 30 Points 40 Points 40 Points 50 Points 50 Points

This is one thing you can do to let the government know how you

This is one thing you can do to let the government know how you feel about hunger

One way to get involved in the fight against hunger is to join this

One way to get involved in the fight against hunger is to join this Alabama university’s War on Hunger

According to the WFP, this much money feeds a school child in the developing

According to the WFP, this much money feeds a school child in the developing world

This is the most important thing you can do to fight hunger and poverty.

This is the most important thing you can do to fight hunger and poverty.

This many countries have taken responsibility for school feeding programs

This many countries have taken responsibility for school feeding programs

This is the main cause of hunger in the world

This is the main cause of hunger in the world

This term refers to a shortage of food in an entire region or country

This term refers to a shortage of food in an entire region or country

This medical condition can occur if a person consistently does not have enough food

This medical condition can occur if a person consistently does not have enough food

This term refers to an involuntary and recurrent lack of access to food

This term refers to an involuntary and recurrent lack of access to food

This term refers to an inability to gain access to food on a regular

This term refers to an inability to gain access to food on a regular basis

Most people in nonindustrialized nations live on this much money per day

Most people in nonindustrialized nations live on this much money per day

There approximately this many people in the world today

There approximately this many people in the world today

There approximately this many hungry people in the world today

There approximately this many hungry people in the world today

The average American family spends this percent of its income on food

The average American family spends this percent of its income on food

Poor families, on average, spend this percent of their income on food

Poor families, on average, spend this percent of their income on food

One of the following is not a hunger safety net provided by the United

One of the following is not a hunger safety net provided by the United States

Approximately this many people in the United States are hungry or food insecure

Approximately this many people in the United States are hungry or food insecure

This is approximately the percent of people in Alabama who are food insecure

This is approximately the percent of people in Alabama who are food insecure

This is Alabama’s current ranking in terms of hunger compared to other states

This is Alabama’s current ranking in terms of hunger compared to other states

This is Alabama’s current ranking in terms of food insecurity compared to other states

This is Alabama’s current ranking in terms of food insecurity compared to other states

This is how often a child dies of hunger

This is how often a child dies of hunger

Of all the households around the world, this proportion has a woman as the

Of all the households around the world, this proportion has a woman as the sole breadwinner

This percentage of the WFP’s educational resources in a given country will go to

This percentage of the WFP’s educational resources in a given country will go to girls

Of children who do not attend school worldwide, girls make up this proportion

Of children who do not attend school worldwide, girls make up this proportion

Of all the hungry in the world, women and girls make up this proportion

Of all the hungry in the world, women and girls make up this proportion

Make your wager

Make your wager

This U 2 musician has been making a difference for people experiencing hunger and

This U 2 musician has been making a difference for people experiencing hunger and poverty

A. Nothing B. Write a letter to local, state, and national legislators C. Watch

A. Nothing B. Write a letter to local, state, and national legislators C. Watch TV Answer

A. Auburn University B. Alabama A&M University C. University of Alabama Answer

A. Auburn University B. Alabama A&M University C. University of Alabama Answer

A. 19 cents per day B. $1 per day C. $10 per day Answer

A. 19 cents per day B. $1 per day C. $10 per day Answer

A. Skip breakfast B. Sell your things and donate the money C. Get the

A. Skip breakfast B. Sell your things and donate the money C. Get the word out. Answer

A. 10 B. 20 C. 50 Answer

A. 10 B. 20 C. 50 Answer

A. Not enough food in the world. B. Laziness C. Poverty Answer

A. Not enough food in the world. B. Laziness C. Poverty Answer

A. Poverty B. Famine C. Food insecurity Answer

A. Poverty B. Famine C. Food insecurity Answer

A. Malnourishment B. Food Insecurity C. Hunger Answer

A. Malnourishment B. Food Insecurity C. Hunger Answer

A. Food Insecurity B. Famine C. Hunger Answer

A. Food Insecurity B. Famine C. Hunger Answer

A. Food Insecurity B. Hunger C. Malnourishment Answer

A. Food Insecurity B. Hunger C. Malnourishment Answer

A. Less than $1 B. Less than $5 C. Less than $10 Answer

A. Less than $1 B. Less than $5 C. Less than $10 Answer

A. 1 billion B. 6. 6 billion C. 10 billion Answer

A. 1 billion B. 6. 6 billion C. 10 billion Answer

A. 8. 5 million B. 85 million C. 854 million Answer

A. 8. 5 million B. 85 million C. 854 million Answer

A. 6% B. 8% C. 10% Answer

A. 6% B. 8% C. 10% Answer

A. 10% B. 45% C. 70% Answer

A. 10% B. 45% C. 70% Answer

A. Equal distribution of food across the population B. Food stamps C. School feeding

A. Equal distribution of food across the population B. Food stamps C. School feeding programs Answer

A. 1. 9 million B. 10. 4 million C. 35. 1 million Answer

A. 1. 9 million B. 10. 4 million C. 35. 1 million Answer

A. 2% B. 13% C. 25% Answer

A. 2% B. 13% C. 25% Answer

A. 11 th B. 25 th C. 42 nd Answer

A. 11 th B. 25 th C. 42 nd Answer

A. 16 th B. 22 nd C. 36 th Answer

A. 16 th B. 22 nd C. 36 th Answer

A. Every 5 seconds B. Every 5 minutes C. Every 5 hours Answer

A. Every 5 seconds B. Every 5 minutes C. Every 5 hours Answer

A. 1 out of 3 B. 1 out of 7 C. 1 out of

A. 1 out of 3 B. 1 out of 7 C. 1 out of 10 Answer

A. 25% B. 50% C. 75% Answer

A. 25% B. 50% C. 75% Answer

A. 2 out of 3 B. 3 out of 4 C. 4 out of

A. 2 out of 3 B. 3 out of 4 C. 4 out of 5 Answer

A. 3 out of 10 B. 5 out of 10 C. 7 out of

A. 3 out of 10 B. 5 out of 10 C. 7 out of 10 Answer

Bono

Bono

A. Nothing B. Write a letter to local, state, and national legislators C. Watch

A. Nothing B. Write a letter to local, state, and national legislators C. Watch TV

A. Auburn University B. Alabama A&M University C. University of Alabama

A. Auburn University B. Alabama A&M University C. University of Alabama

A. 19 cents per day B. $1 per day C. $10 per day

A. 19 cents per day B. $1 per day C. $10 per day

A. Skip breakfast B. Sell your things and donate the money C. Get the

A. Skip breakfast B. Sell your things and donate the money C. Get the word out.

A. 10 B. 20 C. 50

A. 10 B. 20 C. 50

A. Not enough food in the world. B. Laziness C. Poverty

A. Not enough food in the world. B. Laziness C. Poverty

A. Poverty B. Famine C. Food insecurity

A. Poverty B. Famine C. Food insecurity

A. Malnourishment B. Food Insecurity C. Hunger

A. Malnourishment B. Food Insecurity C. Hunger

A. Food Insecurity B. Famine C. Hunger

A. Food Insecurity B. Famine C. Hunger

A. Food Insecurity B. Hunger C. Malnourishment

A. Food Insecurity B. Hunger C. Malnourishment

A. Less than $1 B. Less than $5 C. Less than $10

A. Less than $1 B. Less than $5 C. Less than $10

A. 1 billion B. 6. 6 billion C. 10 billion

A. 1 billion B. 6. 6 billion C. 10 billion

A. 8. 5 million B. 85 million C. 854 million

A. 8. 5 million B. 85 million C. 854 million

A. 6% B. 8% C. 10%

A. 6% B. 8% C. 10%

A. 10% B. 45% C. 70%

A. 10% B. 45% C. 70%

A. Equal distribution of food across the population B. Food stamps C. School feeding

A. Equal distribution of food across the population B. Food stamps C. School feeding programs

A. 1. 9 million B. 10. 4 million C. 35. 1 million

A. 1. 9 million B. 10. 4 million C. 35. 1 million

A. 2% B. 13% C. 25%

A. 2% B. 13% C. 25%

A. 11 th B. 25 th C. nd 42

A. 11 th B. 25 th C. nd 42

A. 16 th B. 22 nd C. 36 th

A. 16 th B. 22 nd C. 36 th

A. Every 5 seconds B. Every 5 minutes C. Every 5 hours

A. Every 5 seconds B. Every 5 minutes C. Every 5 hours

A. 1 out of 3 B. 1 out of 7 C. 1 out of

A. 1 out of 3 B. 1 out of 7 C. 1 out of 10

A. 25% B. 50% C. 75%

A. 25% B. 50% C. 75%

A. 2 out of 3 B. 3 out of 4 C. 4 out of

A. 2 out of 3 B. 3 out of 4 C. 4 out of 5

A. 3 out of 10 B. 5 out of 10 C. 7 out of

A. 3 out of 10 B. 5 out of 10 C. 7 out of 10