On Sunday, David Cameron will be holding an Olympic Hunger Summit. Let's make sure he uses it to launch the biggest ever push against child malnutrition. What better legacy could there be for London 2012?
Decisions made at last Wednesday's world family planning summit will save the lives of 3 million babies between now and 2020. Find out more on what, with your help, our campaign achieved to give girls the power over their own lives and bodies.
Our race against hunger has brought us to 1960. That year we teamed up with the UN and other aid agencies in the first effort at addressing the problem of food insecurity with something more than sacks of food aid for the hungry. We looked to involve developing countries in analysing the causes of food crises and malnutrition, and as a result find sustainable solutions. It proved to be successful, and this philosophy remains critical to our work today. Pictured is a Save the Children garden program in Niger. We're helping women produce nutritious food for their families where otherwise they'd be forced to survive on a few meals of maize. Today we’re still working for long term sustainable solutions to hunger. Join our Race Against Hunger: http://bit.ly/Q5INDc