Blogging from Bangladesh
Save the Children has worked in Bangladesh since 1970 with a focus on better nutrition, health and education for children.
Bangladesh has a population of 160 million, of which 32% live in poverty.Bangladesh has made significant progress addressing national health and education challenges in the past three decades, but it remains one of the world’s poorest and least developed countries.
This week, Save the Children's CEO Patricia Erb headed to Bangladesh with a star team of Chef Roger Mooking, parenting blogger Annie from PhD in Parenting, and youth blogger Orysia Andryo.
They're visting health and nutrition programs supported by Save the Children to see how simple solutions can help solve the hunger problem.
Together, we're learning and raising awareness about how we can end hunger around the world. An end to child deaths is within our reach, and the solutions are simple. But political will is required.
Will you join us in calling on PM Stephen Harper to lead the world in ending child hunger?