2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games
ONE’s Race Against Hunger Game
3 AUGUST 2012 —Without nutritious food, athletes couldn’t compete at the games. But many of the world’s poorest children simply don’t get the nutrients they need to grow and develop, and won’t have the chance to fulfill their potential. The Olympics are a great global moment, watched by millions around the world. But as we sit down to watch athletes in their prime, more than 170 million children under five are chronically undernourished.
ONE is raising awareness about this issue and offering a fun and simple way to help others advance the cause of reducing child malnutrition: Join the Race Against Hunger by playing ONE’s new online game and compete with your friends and world leaders. (Link on the right)