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The Hunger Report in Photos

The Hunger Report in Photos Investments in agricultural development are essential to ending hunger. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos The Philippine government, in part through World Bank funding and oversight, has established programs to address climate related food security concerns. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos A decade ago, natural disasters accounted for 80 percent of global humanitarian assistance. Today, 80 percent goes to conflict-affected crises. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Investments in agricultural development are essential to ending hunger. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos USAID in partnership with the Philippine government is working to create sustainable fisheries. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Ending hunger globally demands a clear focus on supporting fragile countries, where two-thirds of people facing hunger will live by 2030. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Four out of five people experiencing hunger live in areas susceptible to natural disasters. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos USAID in partnership with the Philippine government is working to create sustainable fisheries. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos In the countries with the lowest per capita incomes, an average of 70 percent of the workforce is employed in agriculture. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Children in fragile states are twice as likely to be hungry. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Four out of five people experiencing hunger live in areas susceptible to natural disasters. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos The Bible is full of stories about God’s using unlikely individuals to make a difference in the world. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Climate change could result in global crop yield losses as large as 5 percent in 2030 and 30 percent in 2080. Photo: Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos The period known as the “1,000-day window,” between pregnancy and a child’s second birthday, is the most critical in human development. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos "To enable these real men and women to escape from extreme poverty, we must allow them to be dignified agents of their own destiny" - Pope Francis. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Ending hunger globally demands a clear focus on supporting fragile countries, where two-thirds of people facing hunger will live by 2030. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Two-thirds of people in the world who are hungry live in rural areas and earn a living as farmers or landless agricultural workers. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Civil society around the world has played a critical role in achieving progress on key development outcomes. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos In 2015, the medical journal The Lancet reported that climate change could undermine 50 years of progress in global health. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos The world came close to cutting hunger in half between 1990 and 2015. That reflects enormous effort and progress. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos From 1970 to 2010, the world population grew by 87 percent, while the population in flood plains increased by 114 percent and in cyclone-prone coastlines by 192 percent. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos "To enable these real men and women to escape from extreme poverty, we must allow them to be dignified agents of their own destiny" - Pope Francis. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos The Bible is full of stories about God’s using unlikely individuals to make a difference in the world. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Climate change could result in global crop yield losses as large as 5 percent in 2030 and 30 percent in 2080. Photo: Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Sea level rise could displace 100 million by 2030. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos "To enable these real men and women to escape from extreme poverty, we must allow them to be dignified agents of their own destiny" - Pope Francis. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos "To enable these real men and women to escape from extreme poverty, we must allow them to be dignified agents of their own destiny" - Pope Francis. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos The ECOFISH program seeks to educate fisherman on sustainable fishing methods. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos The global livestock sector contributes a growing share of the greenhouse gas emissions causing climate change. Photo: Crystaline Randazzo for Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos In the countries with the lowest per capita incomes, an average of 70 percent of the workforce is employed in agriculture. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos The Bible is full of stories about God’s using unlikely individuals to make a difference in the world. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Since 2008, nearly 175 million people in developing countries have been displaced by climate-induced disasters. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos The Philippine government has established programs to address climate related food security concerns. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos "To enable these real men and women to escape from extreme poverty, we must allow them to be dignified agents of their own destiny" - Pope Francis. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos In 2015, the medical journal The Lancet reported that climate change could undermine 50 years of progress in global health. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Globally, the 2010-2011 food-price crisis temporarily pushed an additional 44 million people into extreme poverty. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Climate change field schools educate and prepare small holder farmers to mitigate negative effects of projected weather changes. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos The ECOFISH program works in partnership with local police departments and the Filipino coast guard to enforce current fishing regulations. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Sea level rise could displace 100 million by 2030. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Four out of five people experiencing hunger live in areas susceptible to natural disasters. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Climate change could result in global crop yield losses as large as 5 percent in 2030 and 30 percent in 2080. Photo: Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos "To enable these real men and women to escape from extreme poverty, we must allow them to be dignified agents of their own destiny" - Pope Francis. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Ending hunger globally demands a clear focus on supporting fragile countries, where two-thirds of people facing hunger will live by 2030. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

The Hunger Report in Photos Prince Tarnah and his family fled Liberia in 1990 when civil war broke out and spent the next seven years as refugees in Sierra Leone. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World