One out of every eight people in the world is
hungry and under nourished
Hunger . Nutrition . Climate . Justice
Putting People at the Heart of Global Development
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Rising global temperatures will make it harder for everyone to have access to nutritious food. Those who are already poor and vulnerable will be most affected.

The global challenges of hunger, nutrition and climate justice are closely related. The right kind of food helps build our immunity to disease and keeps us healthy. Without a balanced and nutritious diet and clean water, children can't develop fully affecting their lives and the lives of their children.

Promise Hill Project Founder Lisa Arbogast
"Promise Hill Project fully embraces the concept of social responsibility. We recognize the need and the importance of assisting our communities, our businesses, our governments and our countries.

Although we originate from different cultures, we speak different languages, we practice different religions, and we support different political parties - we are still ONE WORLD."

~Lisa Arbogast, Founder

Facts on Poverty and Hunger
  • Approximately 9.7 million people live at or below the federal poverty level.
  • 41 million households in the United States suffer from food insecurity, while 13 million of those households house children.
  • Children living in poverty are 1.3 times more likely to have learning disabilities or developmental delays.
People Live at or Below the Federal Poverty Level
  • Kenya has been ranked eighth globally and sixth in Africa among countries with the largest number of people living in extreme poverty.
  • 14.7 million of the 49,684,304 people make less than $1.90 USD per day.
  • An extended drought has affected 23 of Kenya's 47 counties.
Extended Drought Has Affected People In Kenya
  • Approximately 365 million people live in poverty in India.
  • More than 200 million people don't have sufficient access to food, including 61 million children.
  • It is estimated that around 12.5 million children between the ages of 5 and 14 do not go to school, but instead, work in factories, quarries, prostitution, fields and private households.
People Live in Poverty in India
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