World Food Day(Cooking Without Fire)


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The United Nation Organisation’s Food and Agriculture Association (FAO) was established on 16th October in 1945. To commemorate this dayWorld Food Day is celebrated every year with a new theme. The objective is to create awareness about the existing problems of obesity and malnutrition due to hunger.

Year Theme
1981 and 1982 Food Comes First
2000 A Millennium Free from Hunger
2001 Fight Hunger to Reduce Poverty
2002 Water – Source of Food Security
2003 Working Together for an International Alliance Against Hunger
2004 Biodiversity for Food Security
2005 Agriculture and Intercultural Dialogue
2006 Investing in Agriculture for Food Security
2007 The Right to Food
2008 World Food Security – The Challenges of Climate Change and Bioenergy
2009 Achieving Food Security in Times of Crisis
2010 United Against Hunger
2011 Food Prices – From Crisis to Stability
2012 Agricultural Cooperatives – Key to Feeding the World
2013 Sustainable Food Systems for Food Security and Nutrition
2014 Family Farming – “Feeding the World, Caring for Earth
2015 Social Protection and Agriculture – Breaking the Cycle of Rural Poverty
2016 Climate Change – Climate is Changing. Food and Agriculture Must Too
2017 Change the Future of Migration. Invest in Food Security and Rural Development
2018 Our Actions are Our Future